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NEW ENGLAND 



HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL 



REGISTER 



1918 



Volume LXXII 




PUBLISHED BY THE^SOCIETY 

AT THE ROBERT HEXRY EDDY MEMORIAL ROOMS 

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THE 
NEW ENGLAND 

HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL 
REGISTER 



OCTOBER, 1918 
MOSES GREELEY PARKER, M.D. 

By Philip Sanford Mardek, A.M., LL.B., of Lowell, Maaa. 

Moses Greeley Parker, physician, scientist, capitalist, a resi- 
dent member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society since 
1910, died at his residence on First Street, in Lowell, Mass., 1 October 
1917, having almost completed his seventy-fifth year. He was born 
at Dracut, Mass., 12 October 1842, the son of Theodore and Hannah 
(Greeley) Parker. 

In his person was united the blood of two of the earliest New 
England families. His paternal ancestor, Dea. Thomas* Parker, 
came to New England in the Susan and Ellen in 1G35, aged 30. He 
settled at Lynn, Mass., was admitted as a freeman 17 May 1637, and 
afterwards removed to Reading, Mass., where he was one of the 
founders of the church and a deacon for many years, until his death 
on 12 August 1683. From him Moses Greeley Parker traced his 
descent through Sergt. John,^ Jonathan,' Corpl. Kendall,* Peter,' and 
Theodore,* his father, who was born at Dracut 20 September 1799 
and married at Hudson, N. H., 30 January 1834, Hannah Greeley, 
born at Hudson 19 July 1806, daughter of Dea. Moses and Mary 
(Derby) Greeley. Hannah Greeley was a descendant of Andrew* 
Greeley, who was a proprietor at Salisbury, Mass., in 1643, later 
removed to Haverhill, Mass., and died 30 June 1697, through Joseph,^ 
Benjamin,' Sergt. Joseph,* and Dea. Moses,^ her father. Theodore 
Parker died 20 December 1865, and his widow, Hannah (Greeley) 
Parker, died 1 September 1890. 

Moses Greeley Parker was educated in the public schools of Dracut, 
at the Howe school at Billerica, Mass., and at Phillips Academy, 
Andover, Mass. He taught in the district schools of New Hampshire 
for three years, and then entered upon the study of medicine at the 
Long Island College Hospital in Brooklyn, N. Y. He continued his 
studies at the Bellevue Medical College Hospital in New York and at 
the Harvard Medical School, and received from Harvard the degree 
of Doctor of Medicine in March 1864. 

A week after his graduation at the Harvard Medical School he 
enlisted for the remainder of the Civil War, and was commissioned 
as an assistant surgeon in the Fifty-seventh Massachusetts Infantry. 
Soon afterwards he was transferred to the Second United States 



252 Mose^ Greeley Parker [Oct. 

Cavalry (colored), then stationed at Fortress Monroe, and served 

willi tliih unit ut vurioiLs places in Virginia. Lator, aflcr a period of 
service in the base hospital oi the Eighteenth United States Army 
Corps, he superintended the buiUhng of a winter hospital, with four 
thousand beds, at Point of Rocks, Va. 

After the War Dr. Parker entered upon the practice of medicine at 
Lowell, but in 1873 closed his oflice tor two years, in order that he 
might carry on special studies in medicine in London, Paris, and 
Vienna. After his return he became' one of the most successful 
practitioners in Ixjwell, specializing as an ocuhst and aurist and 
showing a marked talent for research and a true appreciation of the 
value of progressive methods in medicine, lie was physician to St. 
John's Hospital, Lowell, for thirty years, and, in addition to his work 
with iiis private patients, opened a free dispensary and gave his 
services to the poor of the city. His inventive genius bore Iruit in a 
thermo-cau|,ery and in a device, for which he secured a patent, for 
producing and maintaining a very high degree of heat by hydro- 
carbonization. His incandescent cautery gained for liim a diploma 
from the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanics Association, and he 
made several notable contributions towards the development of 
scientific photography. He was the first to photograph the tuber- 
cular bacillus from Cushing's microscopical specimens, and he was 
also the first to show by photography, in 1886, the rotary motion in 
the Oame of the lightning hashes. 

In 1870 Dr. Parker became interested in the telephone, as a result 
of lectures and demonstrations given in Lowell by Alexander Graham 
Bell, and soon built and experimented with a private hne between 
his house and his office. By reason of these experiments Dr. Parker 
early realized the possibihties of the new invention, and was one of 
the first to give financial assistance to the Lowell District Exchange, 
estabhshed in 1879. Within a brief period his efforts were directed 
to the estabhshment of other telephone exchanges, to be connected 
with each other by toll fines, wliich by natural development led to the 
successful efforts of liimself and his associates to bring about a union 
of numerous small and unconnected companies under a single man- 
agement. This in turn resulted in the organization of the Kew Eng- 
land Telephone and Telegraph Company in 1883, and of the latt-er 
company he was continually a director for more than thirty-two 
years prior to liis death and a member of its Executive Committee 
for aU but one year of this period. These and his many other busi- 
ness interests made such demands upon his time that he ultimately 
withdrew from the active practice of his profession. 

Dr. Parker was a trustee of the Lowell General Hospital, president 
and treasurer of the Ayer Home for One Hundred Children, presi- 
dent of the LoweU Day Nursery Association, a member of several 
medical societies, both local and national, and a member of the 
American Association for the Advancement of Science. In 1913 he 
was sent by the United States Government as a delegate to the 
Seventeenth International Medical Congress in London. 

In liis later years he became much interested in genealogy' and in 
the work of the various patriotic societies. He was twice president 



1918] Friends* Records at Berwick, Me. 2.'53 

of tho Massachiisotts Society of Sons of the American Revolution, 
vice-prosiflont Ronnral of tho National Society of Sons of the Ameri- 
can Revolution in 190G anri its president Reneral in 1011-12. a mem- 
ber for many years of the Council of the Society of Colonial Ware 
in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, pre.=;irient of the Parker 
Historical and Cicnoalop:ical Association, and a member, amonp^ other 
organizations, of the T/Oyal T/^Rion, the Bunker Hill Monument 
Association, the Bostonian Society, and the Order of Colonial Gover- 
nors. In 1907 he was a delegate to the National Arbitration and 
Peace Congress in New York. 

In politics Dr. Parker wa.s a stanch Republican, but he never 
sought political honors. In his relip:ious affiliations he was a Uni- 
tarian. His published papers and addresses, chiefly on medical, sci- 
entific, and patriotic topic.s, are numerous. 

He never married, and his nearest surviving relatives are his sister, 
Mrs. Mary G. Morrison, who in later years shared with him his home, 
and a nephew, Theodore Edson Parker of Ivowell. 

Throup^hout his life Dr. Parker was a man of afTairs, in whom 
marked ability in scientific research, notable success in the active 
practice of his profession, and keen business jud^^ment were united in 
an imusual dep^ree. To this rare combination and to the efficient 
service due thereto are deeplv indebted the many busine.s3 organiza- 
tions with which he was affiliated and the numerous charitable and 
philanthropic enterprises which engaged his attention. 



RECORDS OF THE SOCIETY OF FRIENDS 
AT BERWICK (NORTH BERWICK),'f^ME. 

Soon after 1742 the PViends livinc^ in that part of Berwick, Me., 
which in 1831 was incorporated as the town of North Berwick were 
gathered into a society. In 1751 the Dover (N. H.) Monthly Meet- 
ing bes:an to hold monthly'meetins:s at Berwick, in order to accommo- 
date the Friends in that part of Maine. In 1802 a separate monthly 
meeting was established at Berwick, to which the Friends also of 
Eliot (then and until 1810 a part of Kittery, Me.) belonged.* '"^ 

The records of the Berwick Monthly Meeting havel^een deposited 
at the Moses Brown School in Providence, R. I. ; and at the request 
of Samuel Burnham Shackford, A.B., LL.B., of Dover, N. H., a 
member of the Committee on Collection of Records of the New Eng- 
land Historic Genealogical Society, the 'custodian of the records, 
Thomas Jesse Battey, A.M., has kindly permitted ^copies and ab- 
stracts to be made for publication^in the Register. In the present 
number a copy of the records contained in the so-called "Record of 
Membership" is given, and in a future number or numbers abstracts 
of marriage certificates and of other material useful in genealogical 
research will be published. 

• Cf. History of York County," Maine, ISSO, pp. 307, 390. 407. 



254 Friends* Records at Berwick, Me. [Oct. 

(Record of Membership *! 

ill 
Stephen Husscy m. Eunice Baxter. 

Their children, b. at Biddoford, except the three last, (who were] b. at 
Berwick: 

Daniel, b. 3, 8 mo. 1744; disowned 1787. 

Batchclor, b. 1,6 nio. 1745. 

Wiliam, b. 22, 6 mo. 1747; d. 29, 6 mo. 1747. 

Margcret, b. 26, 7 mo. 1748. 

Deborah, b. 6, 1 mo. 1751; d. 12, 10 mo. 1814. (Page 19.) 

Hepzabah, b. 22, 12 mo. 1753. 

Phcebe, b. 28, 4 mo. 1755; d. 20 (bur. 22), 8 mo. 1792. 

Stephen, b. 1, 7 mo. 1757; removed to VassaUx)ro & m. Rebecker 

Taber; afterwards m. Sarah Hacker. 
Ruth, b. 18, 8 mo. 1759; d. 6 (bur. 8), 1 mo. 1793. 
Paul, b. 7, 5 mo. 1762. 
Merriam, b. 1, 7 mo. 1764. 
Walter, b. 15, 10 mo. 1766; d. 14, 3 mo. 1767. 
The foregoing family all Deccas^, of whom Deborah was the last. 
[This statement in later handwriting.] 
Batchelor Hussey, d. 15 (bur. 18), 2 mo. 1794; m. [at] Berw(ic]k, 1, 12 mo. 
1768, Sarah Hanson (page 39), d. 14 (bur. 17), 2 mo. 1823. 
Children, b. in Berwick: 

Silvanus, b. 17, 9 mo. 1769; m. Ruth Fry; removed to Vassal- 
borough. 
Isaac, b. 12, 2 mo. 1772; removed to Vassalborough ; m. Hannah 

Baxter. 
Peter, b. 27, 4 mo. 1774; removed to Vassalborough; m. Lucy 

Lincoln. 
James, b. 27, 7 mo. 1778; removed to Vassalborough; m. Bethiah 

Huldah,'b. 26, 5 mo. 1782. 
Batchelor, b. 9, 1 mo. 1785. 
Daniel, b. 16, 12 mo. 1789. 
Stephen, b. 26, 9 mo. 1792. 

[2] 
John Morrel [m.] Ruth Dow. 
• Their children, b. in Berwick: 
Merriam. 

Hannah, b. 26, 4 mo. 1731. 
Peace. 
Keziah. 

• In the original Record of Memberahip the dates of birth, death, and burial, ao-- 
rangod in columns with the prop>cr headings, are placed against the names of members 
and their children, the year in each case i>eing followed by the number of the month 
and the day of the month. As it was not feasible to reproduce in the printed copy the 
arrangement by columns, the customary abbreviations for born (b.), married (m.), 
died (d.), and buried (bur.) have been used as required in each case, and in dates the 
day of the month has been placed b<^fore the number of the month and the year. 
Only the left-hand pages — those containing the names and dates — of the original 
records are numbered, and theso numbers have been given in bracket-s in the centre 
of the printed page. The right-hand pages were reserved for additional information 
about the heads of families or their children, which has been given in its proper place 
in the printed copy. Original cross references from one page to another have been 
preserved in parentheses in the copy. The original records, which are preceded by an 
index of families, take up less than half of the total number of pages in the book, and 
the writing oftentimes covers only a small part of the page. The remaining pages are 
blank. All words or characters in brackets, except the numbrrs of the original pages, 
are additions, explanations, or queries inserted by the Editor. 



1918] Friends' Records at Berwick, Me. 255 

Peletiah. 

Mary. 
Susanna. 
Wiliam Pcppcrill. 
Isaac Varncy, d. 2G (bur. 30), 4 mo. 1S74; m. at Berwick, 2, 6 mo. 1814, 
Miriam Rogers, b. 26, 1 mo. 1792, d. — , 3 mo. 1855. 
[Children:! 

Their son, George R., b. 8, 5 mo. 1815; d. 4 (bur. 5), 7 mo. 1817. 
Phebe M. Varney, b. 1, 1 mo. 1821. 

Isaac Rogers Varney, b. 11 (? 12], 8 mo. 1828; d. 21, 2 mo. 1836. 
Isaac Henry Varney, b. 11,4 mo. 1833. 

[3] 
Peter Morrel, d. 11, 11 mo. 1801, aged 92 years, one month, & 16 Days; m. 

[at] Hampton, 1732, Sarah I^eiislce, d. 19, 6 mo. 1780. 

Their children, b. [at] Berwick: 

Thomas, b. 19, 2 mo. 1733; disowned. 

John, b. 10, 3 mo. 1734; removed to Falmouth, 1760; disowned. 
Sarah, b. 23, 3 mo. 1736; d. 9, 5 mo. 1748; killed by the Indians. 
Stephen, b. 10, 4 mo. 1737; removed to Falmouth. 
Jacob, b. 6, 2 mo. 1739; removed to Falmouth, 1760. 
David, b. 14, 12 mo. 1740; d. 10 (bur. 11), 10 mo. 1816. (Page 10.) 
Jonathan, b. 9, 5 mo. 1742; d. 15, 6 mo. 1742. 
Ruth, b. 4, 1 mo. 1744; m. Samuel Winslow (of] Falmouth. 
Anna, b. 5, 3 mo. 1746; d. 5, 5 mo. 1746. 
Peaslee, b. 25, 9 mo. 1748; disowned, 1768. 
Peter^ b. 5, 5 mo. 1753. 
Peter Morrel, Junr, d. — , 12 mo. 1818; m. at Falmouth, 26, 2 mo. 1776, 
Hannah Winslow, d. 30, 10 mo. (bur. — , 11 mo.) 1807. 
Their children, b. in Berwick: 

Elizabeth, b. 15, 4 mo. 1777; m. Jacob Saw>'er [of] Dover. 
Lydia, b. 29, 3 mo. 1779; d. 12 (bur. 14), 7 mo. ISll; m. Andrew 

Austin Junr. (Page 4.3.) 
Sarah, b. 4, 4 mo. 1781; m. Thomas Stacpole. (Page 42.) 
Theodate, b. 29, 5 mo. 1783; d. 25, 10 mo. 1801. 
Hope, b. 16, 8 mo. 1785. 
Comfort, b. 3, 1 mo. 1788; d. 12 (bur. 16), S mo. 1871; m. Elijah 

Neal. 
Levina, b. 18, 1 mo. 1790. 

Hannah, b. 29, 3 mo. 1792; d. 12 (bur. 16), 3 mo. 1870. 
Guly Elma Maria, b. 22, 6 mo. 1794; d. 8, 8 mo. 1794. 
Benjn Winslow, b. 14, 7 mo. 1795; d. 25, 3 mo. 1796. 
Peter Winslow Morrel, b. 12, 3 mo. 1797; disowned. 
Asa, b. 3, 6 mo. 1799. 

[41 
Jedediah Morrel, d. 26, 4 mo. 1776; m. at Dover, 1, 10 mo. 1734, Elizabeth 

Jenkins (se[e] Dover Records); m. 1737 Anna Dow;* m. 28, 1 mo. 

1762 Sarah Gould. 

15] 
Gideon Warren, d. 20 (bur. 22), 7 mo. 1804; m. at Bervsick, 1, 12 mo. 1748, 

Hannah Morrel. Their children not members. 
I&iac Rogers, d. 9 (bur. 11), 2 mo. 1812; m. at Dover, 28, 6 mo. 1751, Lydia 
Varney, d. 22 (bur. 25), 10 mo. 1805; removed to Vassalboro in the 10 mo. 
1790, and returned to this place 13, 2 mo. 1804. 

• On the line bolow this name are the words " their children," but no list of children 
is given. 



256 Friends' Records at Berwick, Me. [Oct.. 

Their children, rocordod in Dover monthly meeting Book and none 

memhcra of this mootfinlc; l)ut 

Pftiil. b. 7, 7 mo. 1752; d. 23, 5 mo. 1S18. (Page 19.) 
Elijah Jcnkin.s, d. 30 (bur. 31), 10 mo. ISOl; m. 2, 7 mo. 1755 MahiUblc 
Wa>Tnoiith, d. 14 (bur. 10), 11 mo. 1815. 
Their children, recorded in Dover: 

Joshua, their son, b. 27, 1 mo. 1768, is the only one that is a member 
of this meeting. (Page 3G.) 
Moses Dow, d. 31, 10 mo. 181G; m. at Hampton Hannah Gove, d. 30, 9 mo. 
1799. 
[Children:] 

Their son Richard, b. 22, 7 mo. 1777. 
Mary. 
Their children Recorded in Dover Records and all Removed by Death 
or otherwise Except Mary & Richard wlio Removed to Vassalboro and 
is Retumd to this m. meet[in]g. 

Andrew Austin, d. 21 (l)ur. 22), 5 mo. 1814; m. at Oblong, 1760, Mary 

Hoag, d. 16, 4 mo. 1797. 
Their children Recorded in Dover Records and all gone from this meet- 
ing Except Mary, James, Andrew, and Mercy. 
Their children that Remain in this meet[in]g: 

Mary, b. 24, 4 mo. 1766; d. — , 8 mo. 1818. 

James, b. 29, 6 mo. 1764; d. 13 (bur. 15), 12 mo. 1832. 

Mercy, b. 14, 4 mo. 1772; d. 29, 12 mo. 1842; bur. 1, 1 mo. 1843. 

(Page 35.) 
Andrew, b. 27, 8 mo. 1774; d. 9 (bur. 11), 9 mo. 1850. (Page 43.) 
[Andrew Austin] m. 10, 1 mo. 1800 Elizabeth Collins. 
James Neal m. 1761 Elizabeth Roberts. 

[6] 
Enoch Page m. at Hampton Ruth Peaslee, d. 22, 2 mo. 1804. 

Their children all gone from this meeting Except Sam', Daniel, & Mary, 
and all Recorded in Dover: 
Sami, b. 30, 9 mo. 1767; m. Zeruah Goddard [of] Fahnouth. (Page 

34.) 
Daniel, b. 3, 1 mo. 1778. 
Mary, b. 20, 9 mo. 1780. (Page 45.) 
Timothy Vamey, d. 30, 9 mo. (bur. 1, 10 mo.) 1808; m. at Dover, 4, 1 mo. 
1764, Abigail Hussey. Their children Recorded in Dover, T[i]mothy [a] 
member of this meeting. 
[Children:] 

Their daughter Hannah, b. 14, 2 mo. 1765. 
Mercy, b. 8. 3 mo. 1770. 
Mary, b. 26, 6 mo. 1774. 
Timothy Varney Junr m. at Sandwich Abigail Scribner. 
[Children:] 

Their Daughter Huldah, b. 6, 3 mo. 1809. 
Abigail, b. 26, 11 mo. 1810. 
Hiram, b. 14, 3 mo. 1812. 
Timothy Varney. b. 4, 3 mo. 1793; d. 13, 4 mo. 1861; m. Mary Southwick, 
b. 27. 10 mo.' 1798. 
[Children:] 

Their Daughter Elizaboth, b. 1, 6 mo. 1821; d. — , 12 mo. 1825. 

" Lydia. b. 5, 4 mo. 1827. 
Their Son George, b. 20. 12 mo. 1836. 
*' Isaac, b. 19, 7 mo. 1839. 



1918] Friends' Records at Berwick, Me. 257 

Joseph Meadcr, b. 22, 9 mo. 1788; d. 28 (bur. 31), 1 mo. 1866; m. 25, 10 mo. 
1810 Muliitublc Varney, b. 12, 5 mo. 1789, d. 2 (bur. 4), 2 mo. 1862. 

[Cliildrcii:] 

Tlicir Daughter Marey, b. 1, 11 mo. 1811; d. 12 (bur. 13), 3 mo. 1815. 
Tiieir Son Valentine, b. 5, 8 mo. 1815; d. 22 (bur. 25), 5 mo. 1880 

[dales oj deaUi and burial writUn in pencil]. 
Their Daughr Mercy, b. 18, 4 mo. 1817. 
Son Joseph Hanson, b. 19, 9 mo. 1823. 

Son Cliarls, b. 9, 8 mo. 1831; d. 28 (bur. 30), 4 mo. 1875 [dates of 
death and burial written in pencil]. 

m 

Abraham Morrel, b. 1, 7 mo. 1762; d. 4, 11 mo. 1810; m. at Berwick Eliza 

Lewis; m. Sarah Nichols, d. 9, 4 mo. 1827. 
Elijali Neal, b. 14, 10 mo. 1781; d. 18 [18 imriUen in pencil], 3 mo. 1857; m. 
at Berwick Comfort Morrell, b. 3, 1 mo. 1788, d. 12 (bur. 16), 8 mo. 1871. 
Their Children are: 

Lydia Louisa Neal, b. 23, 12 mo. 1809; d. 17, 3 mo. 1820. 
Peter M. Neal, b. 21, 9 mo. 1811. 
Hannah VV. Neal, b. 17, 8 mo. 1813. 
Enos H. Neal, b. 1, 7 mo. 1814 [? 1815]. 
James Neal, b. 3, 7 mo. 1817; disowned. 
Mary N. Neal, b. 1, 3 mo. 1819; d. 9, 6 mo. 1833. 
Nathan Neal, b. 26, 4 mo. 1821; d. 14 (bur. 17), 3 mo. 1870; dis- 
owned. 
Asa M. Neal, b. 21, 5 mo. 1823; d. 17 (bur. 19), 8 mo. 1841. 
Louisa Neal, b. 10, 1 mo. 1826. 

Lydia N. Neal, b. 21, 3 mo. 1828; d. 30, 9 mo. (bur. 2, 10 mo.) 1859. 
Isaac Neal, b. 25, 12 mo. 1831; d. 29, 2 mo. (bur. 4, 3 mo.) 1872. 

[8] 
Rynold Jenkins m. at Kittery, 4, 10 mo. 1764, Lydia Allen, d. 22, 8 mo. 
1783; their children llecorded in Dover; m. (Jontent Chase of Hampton, 
d. 17, 9 mo. 1833. 

Abigail Allen, b. 2, 5 mo. 1789. 1 no„„Kf^^ ^f T„«^k 
Ruth Men, b. 6, 4 mo. 1791. } ^^^^g^^^ ^^ J^^ob. 

Hiram Neal, b. 29, 4 mo. 1788; d. 29, 12 mo. 1830; m. at Amsbury EUzabeth 
Jones, b. 20, 3 mo. 1795, d. 2, 12 mo. 1871 [daU of death written in pencil]. 
Their Children are: 

Lydia Neal, b. 10, 6 mo. 1815. 
John Neal, b. 21, 3 mo. 1818. 
James Neal, b. 7, 6 mo. 1820. 
Philip J. Neal, b. 21, 10 mo. 1822. 
Hiram Neal, b. 25, 11 mo. 1824. 

[91 
Henry Estes, d. 28, 7 mo. 1792; m. at Berwick, 23, 1 mo. 1765, Sarah Allen. 
Se[e] Dover records for their children. 

Their children now^ living in Berwick that are members: 

Jedediah, b. 12, 6 mo. 1766; d. 6 (bur. 8), 10 mo. 1848; m. Esther 

Osborne at Salem. (Page 48.) 
Pheebe, b. 4, 5 mo. 1770; disowned. 

Hannah, b. 4, 11 mo. 1780; disowned; reinstated in Dover monthly 
meeting. 

Timothy Buffum, b. 15, 2 mo. 1791 ; d. 12 (bur. 14), 6 mo. 1826; m. at Dover, 

2, 12 mo. 1819, Anna Austin, b. 1797, d. 26 (bur. 27), 9 mo. 1843. 

(Page 28.) 



258 Friends' Records at Berwick^ Me. [Oct. 

Their Children: 

David H. liufTum, b. 10, 11 mo. 1820. 
Matilda HufTuin, b. 4, 1 mo. 1823. 
Mary Ann Buflum, b. 12, 12 mo. 1824. 

[10] 
David Morrel, d. 10 (bur. 13), 10 mo. 1810; m. at Berwick, 31, 12 mo. 1766, 

Sarah Lewis. (Page 3.) Se(e] Dover Ilecords for their other children. 
Asa Allen, d. 28^ 4 mo. 18G6; m. at Berwick, 5, 7 mo. 1821, Lydia Buflum. 
Their Children: 

Statira P., b. 3, 5 mo. 1822. 

Matilda B., b. 7, 6 mo. 1824; d. 8, 9 mo. 1849. 

Caroline, b. 14, 4 mo. 1826. 

Walter B., b. 17, 1 mo. 1828. 

Martin R., b. 24, 5 mo. 1830. 

Mary Ann, b. 26, 3 mo. 1832; d. 14 (bur. 15), 8 mo. 1833. 

[11] 
Wiliam Hussey, d. 3 (bur. 5), 6 mo. 1821 ; m. at Dover, 6, 1 mo. 176S, Pheebe 
Hanson, d. 16 (bur. 18), 7 mo. 1792. (Page 39.) Se(e] Dover Ilccords for 
their other children. 

Their children, members of Berwick month[llv meeting: 
James, b. 14, 11 mo. 1768. (Page 37.) 
John, b. 8, 3 mo. 1771; d. 21, 3 mo. 1862. 
Abijah, b. 7, 7 mo. 1781. 
Mary, b. 13, 3 mo. 1783. 

Stephen Jenkins, b. 23, 7 mo. 1788; m. at Jemima Green, b. 28, 1 mo. 

1789. 
Their Children: 

James G. Jenkins, b. 22, 5 mo. 1813. 
Content C. Jenkins, b. 14, 5 mo. 1815. 

[12] 
Rowlan Fry m. at , 1769, Judith Nook. Se[e] Dover Records. 

[13] 
Wintliroop Morrel m. at Berwick, 7, 11 mo. 1769, Susanah Lewis, d. 11,3 mo. 
1828. See Dover Records. 
Their children now members of Berwick meeting.* 
Benajah Buffum, d. 29, 8 mo. (bur. 1, 9 mo.) 1861; m. at Berwick, 3, 5 mo. 
1827, Cynthia Buffum, d. 21, 11 mo. 1876 [date of death ivriUen in pencil]. 
(Page 28.) 
Their Children are: 

Anstress R. Buffum, b. 6, 2 mo. 1831; d. 21 (bur. 22), 7 mo. 1834. 
Elizabeth Buffum, b. 17, 10 mo. 1832. 
Anstress R. Buffum, b. 5, 12 mo. 1834; d. 31, 5 mo. 1838. 
William Buffum, b. 12, 1 mo. 1837; d. 8 (bur. 11), 9 mo. 1864. 
Thomas Buffum, b. 28, 2 mo. 1839; d. 26, 3 mo. 1840. 

John Buffum, b. 18, 3 mo. 1841; d. 1855. 

Samuel Buffum, b. 12 (12 xariUen in pencil over 10], 4 mo. 1843. 
Mary, b. 9, 9 mo. 1846 {date wriUen in pencil]. 
Mark Allen m. at North Berwick, 5, 3 mo. 1835, Mercy Hill Jr. 
Their Children are: 

Matilda Allen, b. 7, 8 mo. 1837. 
Salvina Allen, b. 1 1, 9 mo. 1839. 
EUen. 

Mercy Anna. 
• No list of children is given. 



1918] Friends* Records at Berwick, Me, 259 

(141 
Enoch Pcaslcc, b. (? b. or m.] 26, 10 mo. 1700; m. at Berwick Anna Jepson, d. 
18, 1 mo. 1834. Sc[e] Dover Recorda for their other children. 
Their children now members of Berwick meet[in]R.* 

[151 
Caleb BuiTum, d. 21 (bur. 23), 3 mo. 182G; m. at Berwick, 23, 11 mo. 1769, 
Dorca« Hubbard. 
(Child:) 

Their Daughter Dorcaa, b. at Berwicfk] 9, 10 mo. 1771. (Page 30). 
(Caleb BufTum] m. at Berwick, 23, 9 mo. 1772, Hannah Varney, d. 24 (bur. 
26), 2 mo. 1839. 
Their Children, b. in Berwick: 

Temperance, b. 5, 12 mo. 1772; d. 18 (bur. 19), 11 mo. 1815. 

(Page 37.) 
Elizabeth, b. 9, 9 mo. 1774. 
Caleb, b. 24, 7 mo. 1777. (Page 49.) 

Christopher, b. 24, 12 mo. 1781; d. 1 (bur. 2), 11 mo. 1806. 
Iluldah, b. 30, 11 mo. 1785. 
Mary, b. 5, 12 mo. 1788. 
Lydia, b. 3, 2 mo. 1791. 

[16] 
James Neal Junr, d. 1, 8 mo. 1830; m. at Dover, 31, 10 mo. 1772, Lydia 
Roberts. Se[e] Dover Records for their other children. 
(Child:] 

Their Son Elijah, b. at Berwicfk] 14, 10 mo. 1781; d. 18 (18 wriUen 
in -pencil], 3 mo. 1857. 
(James Neal Junr] m. 29, 3 mo. 1787 EUzabeth Allen, d. 23, 8 mo. 1843. 
Their children, b. in Berwick: 
Hiram, b. 29, 4 mo. 1788. 
George, b. 22, 8 mo. 1789; disowned. 

(171 
John Estcs, d. 6 (bur. 8), 3 mo. 1816; m. at Dover, 2, 6 mo. 1773, Patience 
Hanson, d. 29 (biu-. 31), 1 mo. 1820. 
Their Children: 

Priscilla, d. 1 (bur. 3), 2 mo. 1816. 
Sarah, d. 17 (bur. 19), 3 mo. 1811. 
Nicholas, b. 26, 1 mo. 1776. 
Mary, b. 26, 7 mo. 1778. 
Josiah Prescott, b. 16, 9 mo. 1792; m. Elizabeth Hill, b. 28, 5 mo. 1794. 
Their Children: 

Rebecca Jane Prescott, b. 26, 4 mo. 1816; d. 8 (bur. 11), 1 mo. 

1873 [dates of death and burial written in penciJ\. 
Huldah Eknira Prescott, b. 29, 6 mo. 1817. 
Stephen Alfred Prescott, b. 7, 11 mo. 1818. 
Josiah Albert Prescott, b. 29, 8 mo. 1820. 
Elizabeth Ann Prescott, b. 30, 7 mo. 1823. 
Silvena Prescott, b. 26, 3 mo. 1827. 
Cynthia Prescott, d. 6 (bur. 9), 10 mo. 1848. 

[181 
John Buffum, d. 7 (biu-. 9), 1 mo. 1812; m. at Berwick, 30, 12 mo. 1773, 
Hannah Rogers, d. 11 (bur. 13), 4 mo. 17S6. 

* No list of children is given. 
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260 Friends' Records at Berwick, Me. [Oct. 

Their children, b. in Berwick: 

Isaac, b. 14, 7 mo. 1775. (Page 41.) Isaac moved to Vaasaboro 

& died there. 
Margaret, b. 19, 1 mo. 1778; m. Remington Hobbcy Junr [of] 

Vaasalboro; m. T. Varney. 
Hannah, b. 28, 3 mo. 178(3; removed to Vafisalboroiigii; m. Nathu 
Hox, who d. 20, 2 mo. 1814; m. 22, 8 mo. 1816 Jameu Bean. 
(John BuiTum] m. 23, 8 mo. 1787 Mary Dow. 
Their children, b. in Berwick: 

Peace, b. 31. 5 mo. 1790; d. 14 (bur. 17), 3 mo. 1811. 
Huldah D., b. 12, 2 mo. 1794. 
Zeviah, b. 6, 2 mo. 1797. 

[19] 
Paul Rogers, d. 23 (bur. 25), 5 mo. 1818 (page 5); m. at Kittery, 30, 8 mo. 
1774, Deborah Hussey, d. 12 (bur. 14), 10 mo. 1814. 
Their children, b. in Berw'ick: 

Eunice, b. 22, 9 mo. 1775; d. 7 (bur. 9), 10 mo. 1805; m. Reuben 
Taber [of] Vasalboro; now Return<i to Berwick with a Certificate. 
(Page 46.) 
Abner, b. 2, 10 mo. 1777; d. 25 (bur. 27), 1 mo. 1809. (Page 47.) 
George, b. 8, 12 mo. 1779; d. 2 (bur. 4), 3 mo. 1804. 
Hannah, b. 28, 9 mo. 1781. 
Sarah, b. 3, 9 mo. 1784; d. 22, 12 mo. 1802. 
Pheebe, b. 6, 9 mo. 1786; d. 7 (bur. 10), 11 mo. 1867. 
Lydia, b. 11, 5 mo. 1788. 
Miriam, b. 26, 1 mo. 1792; d. — , 3 mo. 1855. 
Anstrus, b. 13, 3 mo. 1796; d. — , 7 mo. 1822. 
(Paul Rogers] m. 15, 2 mo. 1816 Elizabeth Purinton. 

Cyrus Buffiim, d. 1 (bur. 3), 11 mo. 1842; m. at Durham, 2, 3 mo. 1825 
Lydia Estes. 
Their Children, b. in Berwick: 
Edward, b. 26, 12 mo. 1825. 
Charles, b. 28, 1 mo. 1828. 
Maria, b. 23, 7 mo. 1830; m. Nathan J. M. Buffington [of] Fall 

River, Mass. 
Samuel, b. 6, 9 mo. 1833; d. 10 (bur. 11), 1 mo. 1843. 
Louisa, b. 6, 2 mo. 1838. 
Phebe, b. 2, 5 mo. 1840. 
Hannah, b. — , 3 mo. 1843; d. 19 (bur. 21), 4 mo. 1852. 

(20] 
Stephen Hussey m. at DoveB>, 5, 10 mo. 1774, Priscilla Hanson. 
Their children, b. in Berwick: 

Lydia, b. 30, 12 mo. 1775; disowned. 

Mary, b. 11, 2 mo. 1778; d. — , 12 mo. 1786. 

Hannah, b. 14, 10 mo. 1780. ' 

Stephen, b. 29, 3 mo. 17S3. 

Hanson, b. 8, 5 mo. 1785. 

Timothy, b. 13, 5 mo. 1787. 

Mercy, b. 3, 7 mo. 1789. 

Mary. 

Miriam. 

Sibbel, b. 3, 7 mo. 1796; d. 22, 6 mo. 1815. 

Elijah. 

[21] 
Simeon Hussey m. at Berwick, 21, 1 mo. 1775, Hannah Hubbard, d. 11 
(bur. 13), 3 mo. 1829. Their Children See Dover Records. 



1918] Friends* Records at Berwick, Me. 261 

David S. Auatin, d. 18, 12 mo. 1828; m. at Berwick. 1, 6 mo. 1826, Elizabeth 
MorrcU. 
Their Children: 

Nahum AiLstin, b. 5, 3 mo. 1827; d. 7, 5 mo. 1828. 
David S. Austin Jr., b. 29, 7 mo. 1828. 

(22) 
Joshua BufTum, b. 22, 12 mo. 174G; d. 20, 9 mo. (bur. 1, 10 mo.) 1-808: m. 
[at] Newbury, 25, 4 mo. 1775, Patience Rogers, b. G, 2 mo. 175G, d. 20 
(bur. 23), 12 mo. 1799. 
Their children, b. at Berwick: 

Jonathan, b. 21, 2 mo. 177G; d. 25 (bur. 28), 1 mo. 1848. (Page 44.) 
John, b. 11, 7 mo. 1778; d. 5, 1 mo. 18G9; bur. at Durham 7 [1 mo. 

18G9]. (Page 53.) 
Aaron, b. 29, 5 mo. 1780; disown'd — , 8 mo. 1805. 
Joshua, b. 13, G mo. 1782; d. G, 10 mo. 186G; disown'd. 
Jacob, b. 13, 3 mo. 1784; disow^. 
Samuel, b. 18, 5 mo. 1786; disown^. 

Sarah, b. 7, G mo. 1788; d. — , 2 mo. 1869 [daU of death written in 
pencil]; disowned. 

James, b. 20, 5 mo. 1790; d. 1873 [1873 writUn in pencil]. 

Lydia, b. 17, 5 mo. 1792. 

Patience, b. 30, 6 mo. 1794; d. 20, 11 mo. 1878 [daU of death written 

in pencil]. 
Eunice, b. 8, 7 mo. 1796. 
Dorcas, b. 6, 6 mo. 179S; d. 31, 3 mo. 1835. 
[Joshua BufTum] m. 3, 2 mo. 1802 Sarah Estea, d. 10 (bur. 12), 4 [?] mo. 1829, 
widow of Robert Estes. 

(23) 

Caleb Hanson m. at Berwick, 1775, Judith Jepson; disown^ [in] 1803 

and Removed \vith his family to Vassalborough. 

Their children, now members of Berwick month[l]y meet[in]g: 
Sarah, b. 13, 10 mo. 1776; m. James Cole. (Page 39.) 
Mary, b. 26, 10 mo. 1779; m. Caleb Cole. (Page 39.) 
George Nichols m. at Weare, N. H., 16, 3 mo. 1831, Anna Page 2nd. 
Their Children: 

Joshua Meader Nichols, b. 11, 5 mo. 1832. 
Comfort Hoag Nichols, b. 15, 7 mo. 1834. 

[24] 
Levi Rogers, disownd — ,12 mo. 1792 (se[e] Dover Records) ; m. at Falmouth, 
25, 11 mo. 1776, Huldah Hussey, disown^ (sc[e] Dover Records). 
Their children that are members of Berwick month[l]y meeting: 
John, b. 6, 1 mo. 1780. 
Aaron, b. 3, 1 mo. 1782. 
Huldah, b. 20, 2 mo. 1788. 

[25] 

Stephen Hussey Junr m. at Kittery, 1777, Judith Fry. Removed to 

Vassalborough monthly meeting. 
[Children:] 

Their son Obediah, b. 13, 11 mo. 1779; remoW to Vassalborough 

monthly meeting, and also all the brethren and Sisters. 
Jedediah, b. 6, 4 mo. 1782. 
Sarah and Elizabeth, b. IS, 12 mo. 1784. 
Rhada, b. 1, 9 mo. 1789. 
Hiram, b. 29, 6 mo. 1792. 



262 Friends' Records at Berwick, Me. [Oct. 

Ruth, b. 7, 11 mo. 1794. 
Anna, b. 24, 8 mo. 1799. 

[2G1 
Nicholas Hanson m. at Dover, 4, 12 mo. 1777, Patience Hanson, d. 15, 7 mo. 
1821. 
Their Children, b. in licrwick: 
Haimah, b. 21, 3 mo. 1788. 
Mary, b. 17, 2 mo. 1790. 
Sarah, b. 8, 7 mo. 1792. 

Nicholas, b. 10, 4 mo. 1794; d. 26 (bur. 30), 1 mo. 1797. 
Stephen, b. 15, 6 mo. 1798. 

[27] 

Jedediah Jepson, b. 1758 [1758 written in -pencil]] m. [at] Berwick, 1, 

11 mo. 1781, Margeret Robcnson. Removed to Vassalboro with all their 
children. 
Their children, b. in Wells: 

John, b. 24, 8 mo. 1782. 

Susanna, b. 2, 5 mo. 1784. 

Mary, b. 6, 4 mo. 1786. 

Lowis, b. 14, 10 mo. 1788. 

Lydia, b. 7, 2 mo. 1791 [date written in pencil]. 

Abner, b. 1, 5 mo. 1794 [date written in pencil]. 

Judith, b. 7, 6 mo. 1796 [date written in pencil]. 

Oliver, b. 28, 11 mo. 1798 [date written in pencil]. 

Margeret, b. 12, 3 mo. 1801 [date written in pencil]. 

Elizabeth^ b. 1803 [1803 written in pencil]. 

[28] 
Elihu Coffin m. at Kitter>', 29, 12 mo. 1785, Sarah Fry. Sc[e] Dover Records. 
Samuel Buifum, b. 19, 4 mo. 1762 [date of birth written in pencil over date of 
marriage]; d. 31 [31 written in pencil], 10 mo. 1834; m. at Berwick, 4, 1 mo. 

1787, Hannah Varney, b. 14, 2 mo. 1765, d. 14, 3 mo. 1851 [dates of birth 
and death written in pencil]. 

Their children, b. in Berwick: 
AbigaU, b. 9, 11 mo. 1787. 

Timothy, b. 15, 2 mo. 1791; d. 12 (bur. 14), 6 mo. 1826. 
Benajah, b. 14, 3 mo. 1793; d. 29, 8 mo. (bur. 1, 9 mo.) [1, 9 mo. 

written over 31] 1861. 
Anna, b. 24, 7 mo. 1795. 
David, b. 2, 2 mo. 1799; d. 25, 4 mo. 1875. 
Cyrus, b. 19, 10 mo. 1800; d. 1 (bur. 3), 11 mo. 1842. 
Elzabeth, b. 18, 9 mo. 1802; d. 26, 9 mo. 1859. 
George, b. 17, 8 mo. 1805; d. 24, 4 mo. 1806. 
James N. Buffum, b. 16, 5 mo. 1807. 
Samuel, b. 8, 12 mo. 1811; d. 30, 11 mo. (bur. 2, 12 mo.) 1833. 

[29] 
Benajah Purinton, d. 12 (bur. 14), 2 mo. 1793; m, [at] Berwic[k], 24, 1 mo. 

1788, Huldah Varney (page 44). 
Their children, b. in Berv^'ick: 

John, b. 8, 12 mo. 1788. 
Peace, b. 30, 1 mo. 1791. 
Huldah, b. IS, 5 mo. 1793. 

[30] 
Samuel Nichols, d. 20 (bur. 22), 12 mo. 1823; m. at Berwick, 30, 12 mo. 1790. 
Dorcas Buffum, d. — , 9 mo. 1853 (page 15). 



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Their children, b. in IJcrwick: 
Caleb, b. 30, 7 mo. 1793. 

Phccbe, b. 30, 4 mo. 1795; d. 20 (bur. 22), 12 mo. 1823. 
Rebecca, b. 19, 11 mo. 1797. 

Samuel, b. 2, 2 mo. 1800; d. 182G. 

Stephen, b. 19, 1 mo. 1802. 
John, b. 28, 9 mo. 1805. 
George, b. 13, 7 mo. 1807. 
Abner, b. 13, 12 mo. 1809. 
Charles, b. 28, 12 mo. 1811. 
Elizabeth, b. 7, 11 mo. 1813. 
Dorcas, b. 21, 12 mo. 1815. 
Stephen Nichols m. at Berwick Hannah Bracket. 
Their Children, b. in South Berwick, are: 

Samuel Nichols, b. 23, 3 mo. 1826; d. 13, 10 mo. 1829. 

Phebe Nichols, b. 23, 8 mo. 1827. 

Joseph B. Nichols, b. 9, 4 mo. 1829. 

Mary C. Nichols, b. 2, 2 mo. 1831. 

Samuel Nichols, b. 7, 12 mo. 1832. 

Hannah Elisabeth Nichols, b. 11, 12 mo. 1835. 

Ann Ebnira Nichols, b. 4, 1 mo. 1838. 

[31] 
Amos Hill, d. 6, 5 mo. 1832; m. at Berwick, 30, 12 mo. 1790, Mercy Vamey, 
d. 31, 10 mo. 1840 (page 6). 
[Children:] 

Their Son Lebbeus, b. 28, 1 mo. 1792; d. 22 (bur. 23), 1 mo. 1816. 

Oliver, b. 26, 9 mo. 1794. 

Comfort, b. 26, 2 mo. 1796. 

Sarah, b. 7, 5 mo. 1798. 

Mary, b. 2 4 mo. 1800. 

Isaih Breed, b. 18, 11 mo. 1804. 

Marcy, b. 6, 3 mo. 1807. 

Timothy Vamey, b. 28, 12 mo. 1808. 

Abner, b. 6, 3 mo. 1810. 

Huldah, b. 22, 3 mo. 1814; d. 10, 11 mo. 1814. 
Daniel Hanson m. at Berwick Susanna Morrell. 
Their Children: 

John Hanson, b. 13, 8 mo. 1803. 

Thaddeus Hanson, b. 5, 11 mo. 1804. 

James Hanson, b. 22, 11 mo. 1806. 

Sarah Hanson, b. 17, 5 mo. 1811. 

Charles Hanson, b. 27, 7 mo. 1816. 

Daniel Hanson, b. 18, 4 mo. 1819. 

(32) 

James Robenson m. at Berwick, 29, 9 mo. 1791, Sarah Green. Removed 
to Vassalborough. 
Children b. as follows: 

Lydia, b. 19, 11 mo. 1793. 
Betty. 
Sarah. 
Mary. 
Levi Gove [see page 51 of original record"] m. at N. Berwick, 31, 10 mo. 1850, 
Mary Mcad[e]r. 
Their Child[ren]: 

William Henry, b. 4, 9 mo. 1851. 
Elwa H., b. 21, 3 mo, 1857. 



264 Friends' Reccrda at Berwick, Me. [Oct. 

133] 
David Nichols, d. 10, 9 mo. 1821; m. at Salem Sarah Pope, d. 18 (bur. 21), 
10 mo. 1840. 
Their children, b. at Berwick: 

Hannah, b. 13, 12 mo. 1700; d. 28, 12 mo. 1818 [?]. 
David, b. 5, 9 mo. 1793; d. 20, 8 mo. 1821. 
Thomas, b. 28, 12 mo. 1798; d. 12, 5 mo. 1821. 
Mary & Sarah, b. 24, 12 mo. 1800. 
Mary Nichols, d. 19, 1 mo. 1819. 

[341 
Samuel Page, d. 27, 4 mo. 1834 (page G); m. at Falm[outhl Zcruiah Godard. 
Their children, b. in Berwick: 
John, b. 12, 12 mo. 1792. 
Ruth, b. 21, 11 mo. 1795; d. 10, 3 mo. 1797. 
Ruth, b. 25, 3 mo. 1798; d. 24, 3 mo. 1799. 
Isaiah, b. 16, 7 mo. 1801. 
Pheebe Cobb, b. 4, 6 mo. 1804. 
James Goddard Page, b. 3, 6 mo. 1806. 
WiUiam Cobb, b. 31, 7 mo. 1810. 

[35] 
Ebenezar Hussey, d. 28 (bur. 31), 10 mo. 1852; m. at Berwick, 31, 10 mo. 
1793, Mercy Austin, d. 29, 12 mo. 1842 (bur. 1, 1 mo. 1843). Se[e] Dover 
Records. 
Their children, b. in Berwick: 

Andrew Austin Hussey, b. 28, 6 mo. 1795; d. 6, 10 mo. 1856. 

Merriam, b. 15, 5 mo. 1797; d. 21, 5 mo. 1798. 

George, b. 4, 3 mo. 1799; d. 19, 7 mo. 1834. 

Anna, b. 13, 3 mo. 1801; d. 19 (bur. 22), 2 mo. 1875. 

Samuel Fothergill, b. 12, 3 mo. 1803; d. 26, 12 mo. 1836. 

Pelatiah, b. 23, 7 mo. 1805; d. 16 (bur. 19), 6 mo. 1877. 

Thankfull, b. 23, 7 mo. 1805; d. 7 (bur. 10), 4 mo. 1883. 

Albert Gardner, b. 3, 6 mo. 1808. 

Mercy, b. 25, 2 mo. 1811; d. 27, 2 mo. 1885. 

Ebenczer, b. 24, 12 mo. 1813; d. 27, 3 mo. (bur. 1, 4 mo.) 1846. 

[36] 
Joehua Jenkins (page 5) m. [at] Berwick, 28, 2 mo. 1793, Merriam Hussey, 
d. 7, 6 mo. 1799. 
[Child:] 

Their son Elijah, b. [at] Berwick 27, 12 mo. 1797; d. 18 (bur. 20), 
6 mo. 1844. 
[Joehua Jenkins] m. Sybel Pope. 
[Children:] 

Their Son Nathan, b. 1, 1 mo. 1804; d. at Lynn 9 (bur. 12), 3 mo. 

1870 [pluce and date of death and date of burial writlen in yencill. 
Edward, b. 4, 7 mo. 1805. 
Meriam, b. 7, 9 mo. 1806. 
Mahitable, b. 6, 4 mo. 1808. 
Phebe, K. 25, 11 mo. 1811. 
Sarah, b. 21. 5 mo. 1814. 
William, b. 27, 11 mo. 1815. 

Elizabeth, b. 11,4 mo. 1819; d. in Lynn [in Lynn vyrUien in pencil] 
11 (bur. 13), 5 mo. 1835. 

[37] 
J&mes Hussey (page 11) m. at Bcnvic[k], 23, 2 mo. 1793, Temperance Bufifum 
(page 15), d. 18 (bur. 19), 11 mo. 1815. 



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Their children, b. in Berwick: 

Joseph, b. 8, 5 mo. 1794; d. 4 (bur. 5), 3 mo. 1815. 
Phcebe, b. 11, 4 mo. 1797; d. 20 (bur. 27), 4 mo. 1797. 
Hannah, b. 31,3 mo. 1798; disowned; received again. 
WilHam, b. 8, 7 mo. 1800; d. 30, 4 mo. (bur. 4, 5 mo.) 1870. 
Sarah, b. 1, 5 m. 1802. 
John, b. 25, 4 mo. 1804; d. 10, 5 mo. 1815. 
Phcebe, b. 23, 4 mo. 1808. 
James, b. 3, 8 mo. 1810. 

Temperance B. Ilussey, b. 19, 5 mo. 1815; d. 27 (bur. 29), 11 mo. 
1816. 
James Hussey m. at Berwick (second marriage), 4, 3 mo. 1818, Elizabeth 
Riiff iim . 

[38] 
Daniel Plumer, d. 7 (bur. 9), 7 mo. 1797; m. at Berwicfk], 2G, 12 mo. 1793, 
Anna Morrel, married out and disown^. 
Their son: 

John, b. at Berwick, 23, 2 mo. 1795. 
Christopher Hussey, d. 31, 5 mo. (bur. 2, 6 mo.) 1834; m. at Bervs'ic[k], 27, 
11 mo. 1794, Eunice Cole. 
Their Children, b. in Biddeford: 

Sarah, b. 12, 11 mo. 1795; d. 23 (bur. 24), 1 mo. 1810. 
Paul, b. 30, 4 mo. 1797. 
John C, b. 2, 8 mo. 1800. 

[39] 
Wiliam Hussey (page 11), d. 3 (bur. 5), 6 mo. 1821; m. at Bennck, 24, 9 mo. 

1795, Sarah Hussey (page 1). No children. 
James Cole m. at Berwick, 26, 1 mo. 1797, Sarah Hanson (page 23), d. — , 
2 mo. 1830. 
Their children, b. in Sanford: 

Elijah & Reuben, b. 29, 11 mo. 1797. Removed to Harlem Monthly 

Meeting. 
Jedediah, b. 19, 4 mo. 1800. 
Date, b. 6, 6 mo. 1802. 
Elihu, b. 6, 8 mo. 1804. 
Joseph,b.9, 9mo. 1806. 
Judith, b. 20, 11 mo. 1808. 
Caleb, b. 25, 10 mo. 1811. 
Hannah Coal, b. 1, 10 mo. 1813. 
Mary Coal, b. 5, 8 mo. 1816. 
Sarah Ann, b. 20, 11 mo. 1818. 
Caleb Cole m. at Berwick Mary Hanson, d. 23, 4 mo. 1816. 
[Children:] • 

Their Daughter Elizabeth, b. 16, 7 mo. 1802. 

John, b. 28, 9 mo. 1803. 

Jedediah, b. 19, 7 mo. 1805; d. 11, 4 mo. 1811. 

Emiice H., b. 1, 7 mo. 1807; d. 20, 12 mo. 1S35; ra. Malcom Best; 

was a member at her Death. 
Ivor>', b. 15, 6 mo. 1809. 
Lydia, b. 20, 7 mo. 1811. 

William, b. 10, 10 mo. 1813; d. 9, 10 mo. 1815. 
George, b. 13, 2 mo. 1816; d. 3, 4 mo. 1816. 
Caleb Coal m. Mar>' Kendal of Limingt^n. 
Their Children: 

Huldah Coal, b. 17,«10 mo. 1818. 
Isaiah Coal, b. IS, 4 mo. 1821. 



266 Friends* Records at Berwick, Me. [Oct. 

James R. Coal, b. 14, 1 mo. 1824. 
Mary Ann Coal, b. 17, 1 mo. 182G. 

140] 
John Fry, d. 22, 12 mo. 1833; m. at Dover, 1, 11 mo. 1797, Martha Gould, 
d. 1, 1 mo. 1832. 
Their children, b. in Berwick: 

Wiliam, b. 30, 5 mo. 1790; d. IG, 8 mo. 1832. 
Mary, b. 0, 8 mo. 1803; d. 9 (bur. 10), 12 mo. 1839. 
John, b. 5, 4 mo. 1808; d. 8, 7 mo. 1832. 
Isaiah, b. 27, 2 mo. 1811; d. 29 (bur. 31), 8 mo. 1870. 

[411 
Isaac BufTum (page 18) m. at Berwick, 4, 10 mo. 1798, Sarah Nichols. 
Their children, b. in Bcnvick: 

David N., b. 23, 8 mo. 1800; d. 20, 10 mo. 1803. 

Pheebe, b. 28, 9 mo. 1803. 

Mary Chaise BufTum, b. 20, 6 mo. 180G. 

George Rogers BufTum, b. 24, 4 mo. 1808; d. 1, 7 mo. 1872. Killed 

by Express train, bur. at Vassalborough. 
John, b. 2G, 7 mo. 1813; d. 27 (bur. 29), 2 mo. 1819. 
Hannah R. BufTum, b. 17, G mo. 1817. 
John BufTum, b. 10, 1 mo. 1820. 
James Hussey y m. 2, 10 mo. 1834 Rebecca Jan[e] Prescot. 
Their Children: 

Elizabeth Jane, b. 17, 11 mo. 1835; d. 17, 4 mo. 1892. 
Jolm Meader, b. 13, 7 mo. 1838; d. 9, 5 mo. 1895. 
Ahnira C, b. 29, 12 mo. 1848. 
Ellen R., b. 5, 4 mo. 1853. 

[42] 
Thomas Stacpole, d. 27 (bur. 28), 5 mo. 1816; m. at Berwic(k], 4, 4 mo. 
1799, Sarah Morrel (page 3). 
Their children, b. in Berwick: 

Anna Ehnira, b. 19, 1 mo. 1800. 
John, b. 27, 9 mo. 1802. 
Peter Morrel, b. 5, 5 mo. 1803, 
Theodate, b. 14, 3 mo. 1805. 
Charles, b. 1, 2 mo. 1807. 
Winslow Stacpole, b. 27, 12 mo. 1808. 
Miriam Stacpole, b. 24, 11 mo. 1810. 
Levina M. Stacpole, b. 8, 1 mo. 1813. 
Muria G. Stacpole, b. 11, 12 mo. 1814. 
Sarah E. Stacpole, b. 25, 1 mo. 1817. 
Joseph D. Hoag, b. 2, 6 mo. 1800; m. Dorcas T. Hoag. 
Their Children: 

Joseph Jonathan Hoag, b. 3, 5 mo. 1827. 

Nathan C. Hoag, b. 18, 1 rao. 1833; d. 18 (bur. 20), 3 mo. 1837. 

[43] 
Andrew Austin Junr (page 5), d. 9 (bur. 11), 9 mo. 1850; m. at Ber^sick, 14, 
3 mo. 1799, Lydia Morrel, d. 12 (bur. 14), 7 mo. 1811 (page 3). 
Their children, b. in Berwick: 
Amia, b. 16, 5 mo. 1802. 

Theodate, b. 30, 4 mo. 1804; d. 19, 3 mo. 1816. 
Oliver Winslow Austin, b. IG, 4 mo. ISOG; d. — , 3 mo. 1840. 
Hannah, b. 23, 4 mo. ISOS. 
Sarah, b. 2S, 5 mo. 1810; d. 8, 2 mo. 1811. 



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(Andrew Aufltin Jun'] m. 3, 9 mo. 1812 Sarah Jepooo, d. 7, 10 mo. 1866.. 
[Children:] 

William Austin, b. 31, 7 mo. 1813; d. — , 10 mo. 1814. 

William Austin, b. 3, 8 mo. 1815; d. 9, 9 mo. 1818. 

Lydia Morrell Austin, b. 14, 7 mo. 1817; d. 30, 4 mo. (bur. 3, 5 mo.) 

187G. 
Jolm Austin, b. 23, 7 mo. 1819. 
Iluldah Austin, b. 7, 5 mo. 1821. 
Mary Austin, b. 10, 2 mo. 1823. 
Maria Austin, b. 30, 6 mo. 1825; d. 4, 2 mo. 1827. 
Sarah Austin, b. 7, 10 mo. 1827; d. 25 (bur. 26), 5 mo. 1828. 
Andrew Austin, b. 22, 3 mo. 1829; d. 18 (bur. 20), 9 mo. 1830. 
Andrew W. Austin, b. 19, 1 mo. 1832. 
Sibbel M. Austin, b. 16, 4 mo. 1835; d. 15 (bur. 16), 12 mo. 1839. 

(44) 
Thomas Vamey m. at Berwick, 29, 5 mo. 1800, Huldah Purinton (page 29). 
Their cliildren, b. in Wells: 

Benajah P. Vamey, b. 8, 6 mo. 1801. 
Isaiah Vamey. 
Jonathan. 
Jonathan Buflum (page 22), b. 21, 2 mo. 1770; d. 26, 1 mo. 1848 [dates of 
birth and death written in pencil]; m. at Wofborrough, 22, 7 mo. 1812, Sally 
Basset, d. 2 (bur. 4), 4 mo. 1842. 
[Children:] 

Their Daughter Ruth Basset, b. at Berwick 18, 10 mo. 1814. 
Son Joshua, b. 28, 6 mo. 1816; d. 29 (bur. 30), 4 mo. 1819. 
Albert C. Buffum, b. 25, 5 mo. 1818. 
Joshua Buflum, b. 26, 9 mo. 1820. 
Patience R. Buffum, b. 28, 7 mo. 1822. 

[45] 
Ephraim Morrel, d. 10 (bur. 13), 12 mo. 1840; m. [at] Berwick, 2, 7 mo. 1801, 
Mary Page (page 6). 
Their children, b. in Berwick: 

Zeviah Morrell, b. 17, 10 mo. 1801. 

Ruth MorreU, b. 18, 4 mo. 1804; d. 2 (bur. 4), 11 mo. 1839. 

Winthrop Morrell, b. 26, 10 mo. 1806. 

Hannah Rogers Morrell, b. 30, 5 mo. 1809. 

Susanna Morrell, b. 29, 6 mo. 1812. 

Nathan Morrell, b. 8, 9 mo. 1815. 

Ephraim L. MorreU, b. 7, 7 mo. 1818; d. 15 (bur. 17), 10 mo. 1839. 

Mary E. Morrell, b. 5, 6 mo. 1821. 

[46] 
Reuben Taber, disowned at Vassalboro, since removed to Berwick; m. at 
Berwick, — , 6 mo. 1796, Eunice Rogers, d. 7 (bur. 9), 10 mo. 1805, removed 
from Vassalboro with a Certificate for her Self and Son John (page 19). 
[Children:] 

Their Son John, b. [at] Vassalbor[o] 16, 4 mo. 1797. 
Esther, b. 17, 11 mo. 1798. 
Sarah Ann, b. 20, 10 mo. 1800. 
Eliza, b. 17, 8 mo. 1802. 
Eunice, b. 21, 7 mo. 1804. 
The four Daughters Received members of Berwick monthly meeting — , 
10 [10 urittax wer 4] mo. 1805. 
Solomon Allen, b. 28, 9 mo. 1731; d. 17, 12 mo. 1826; m. Catharine Neal, b. 
28, 7 mo. 1730, d. 13, 3 mo. 1814. 



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208 Friends' Records at Berwick, Me. [Oct. 

Elijah Allen, b. 1775; m. Lois Hill, b. 1778. 

Their Children: 

Ncal, b. 1, 8 mo. 1800. 
Isaiah, b. 10, 1 mo. 1801. 
Ivorana, b. 7, 3 mo. 1804. 
Mark, b. 11, 4 mo. 1806. 
Solomon, b. 17, 7 mo. 1807. 
Lucinda, b. G, 2 mo. 1811. 
Catharine, b. 14, 3 mo. 1814. 
David, b. 6, G mo. 1819. 
Elijah, b. 27, 3 mo. 1822. 

(47] 
Abner Rogers (page 19), removed from Portland & Settled in Berwick 10 mo. 
1803; d. 25 (bur. 27), 1 mo. 1809; m. at Portland, 2, 10 mo. 1800, Jennet 
Warren. 
[Children:] 

Their Son George W. Rogers, b. 29, 5 mo. 1803. 

Sarah Ibley Rogers, b. 24, 9 mo. 1804. 

Paul, b. 10, 9 mo. 180G; d. 24 (bur. 26), 6 mo. 1820, drowned at 

Providence. 
Mary Warren Rogers, b. 13, 11 mo. 1808; d. 1, 5 mo, 1809. 
Nicholas Estes, d. 3, 9 mo. 1866; m. at Berwick, 23, 1 mo. 1810, Mercy 
Hussey, d. 28 (bur. 30), 3 mo. 1827. 
Their Children: 

Sarah, b. 28, 8 mo. 1811; d. 3 (bur. 5), 1 mo. 1830. 
John, b. 16, 3 mo. 1814. 
Sibbil H., b. 3, 1 mo. 1817. 
Mary, b. 9, 5 mo. 1820. 
Elizabeth, b. 22, 8 mo. 1822. 

Elijah, b. 30, 4 mo. 1825; d. 14 (bur. 16), 6 mo. 1825. 
(Nicholas Estes] m. 30, 6 mo. 1831 Elizabeth Pinkham. 

[48] 
Jfcdediah Estes (page 9) m. at Salem, 6, 9 mo. 1800, Ester Csbom. 
[Children:] 

Their Son John, b. 21, 2 mo. 1802. 

Henry, b. 16, 10 mo. 1803; d. 30, 3 mo. (bur. 1, 4 mo.) 1883 [dates 

of death and burial written in pencil]. 
Mary, b. 25, 9 mo. 1805; d. 12 (bur. 14), 8 mo. 1830. 
James Needham Estes, b. 16, 8 mo. 1807. 
Sarah W. Estes [W. Estes urritten in pencil], b. 29, 5 mo. 1809. 
Alis Needham Estes, b. 16, 2 mo. 1812; d. 18 (bur. 20), 2 mo. 1895. 
Joshua Mceder Estes, b. 11,2 mo. 1814. 
George, b. 7, 3 mo. 1816. 
Isaiah Fry m. Phebe Hussey. 
Their Children: 

Sarah, Elizabeth, Hannah,* b. 9, 5' mo. 1838. 
John James Frye, b. 28, 5 mo. 1845. 

[49] 
Caleb Buffum Junr (page 15) m. at Berwick, 3, 11 mo. 1803, Huldah Hussey. 
[ChUdren:] 

Their Daughter Sarah, b. 30, 12 mo. 1804. 
Arnia, b. 28, 8 mo. 1806. 
Christopher, b. 5, 7 mo. ISOS. 

• The comma after "Sarah" and the oomma aft«r "Eli«ab«th" %m found in the 
ori^inaJ reoords. 



1918] Friends* Records at Berwick^ Me. 269 

Isaiah, b. 22, 8 mo. 1810. 
JoscphP.,b. 10,5mo. 1812. 
George, b. 8, 18 mo. 1822. 

[50] 
John Rogere m. at Kitterj-, 12, 7 mo. 1804, Betsey Neal, d. — , 6 mo. 1805. 

Removed to P^ahnoutli monthly meeting. 
Nahum Morrell m. Sarah Furbi.sh, d. 11, 12 mo. 1830. 
Their Children, b. in Berwick: 

Abraham Morrell, b. 15, 5 mo. 1798. 

Lydia Morrell, b. 3, 7 mo. 1800; d. 29, 5 mo. 1828. 

Elizabeth Morrell, b. 28, 3 mo. 1802; d. — , 3 mo. 1873 [daU of death 

written in yencil]. 
Hannah Morrell, b. 24, 2 mo. 1804; d. 29, 11 mo. 1827. 
Jedidiah Morrell, b. 2, 12 mo. 1805. 
Anna Morrell, b. 25, 9 mo. 1808; d. 13, 10 mo. 1827. 

(511 
Joshua Meader, b. 2, 8 mo. 1782; d. 27 (bur. 29), 6 mo. 1847; m. at Ber- 
wic[k], 2, 1 mo. 1806, Pheebe Rogers,* b. 6, 9 mo. 1786, d. 7 (bur. 10), 
11 mo. 1867. 
Paul Hussey, of Biddiford, b. 23, 6 mo. 1720; d. 30, 12 mo. 1803; m. Hannah 

, b. 25, 2 mo. 1729, d. 28, 2 mo. 1804. 

Their Children [sic] are: 

Christopher Hussey, b. 8, 11 mo. 1769. 
Levi Gool [sic, Gove; see page 32jof original records], b. 22, 2 mo. 1812. 
[Children:] 

Marosia Gool, b. 10, 1 mo. 1830. 
Maria Gool, b. 4, 10 mo. 1843. 
[Levi Gove] m. 31, 10 mo. 1850 Mary Meeder. 
[ChHdren:] 

William H. Gove, b. 4, 9 mo. 1851. 
EUza H. Gove, b. 21, 3 mo. 1857. 

[52] 
Samuel Vamey m. at Dover Mary Hussey. Removed to Cornish Windham 
monthly meeting. 
[Children:] 
• Their Daughter Abigail, b. 9, 4 mo. 1795. 
Son Joseph, b. 12, 2 mo. 1798. 
Mary, b. 29, 8 mo. 1802. 

[53] 
John Buffum Junr (page 22), b. 11,7 mo. 1778 [date of birth uritten in pencil]] 
d. 5 (bur. 7), 1 mo. 1869; m. 2, 12 mo. 1802 Lydia Estes, d. 25 (bur. 28), 
11 mo. 1838. 
[Children:] 

Their Daughter S>Tithia, b. 15, 1 mo. 1S06; d. 21, 11 mo. 1876 

[date of death written in pencil]. 
Maria, b. 6, 7 mo. 1808. 

Peace, b. 15, 11 mo. 1812; d. 27 (bur. 28), 2 mo. 1819. 
Patience Rogers Buflfum, b. 29, 6 mo. 1817; d. 27 (bur. 28), 2 mo. 

1819. 
John H. Buffum, b. 30, 3 mo. 1821. 

Daniel Robenson, d. 1, 2 mo. 1808; m. at Dover Elizabeth Robinson, d. 12 
Sjmo. 1822. 
Their Children, see Dover Records. 



270 Friends* Records al Berwick, Me. [Oct. 

William Ilobcnson m. 3, 6 mo. 1807 Mary Varncy. 
Their Children are: 

Aflcnath RobiriHon, h. 19, 5 mo. 1808. 
Sylvina Robinson, b. 15, 11 mo. 1810. 
Elijah Jenkins, d. 18 (bur. 20), 6 mo. 1844; m. Mary Stevens. 
Their Children are: 

Joshua Brown Jenkins, b. 29, 7 mo. 1830. 
Simen Steven Jenkins, b. 23, 9 mo. 1832. 
Charles Edward Jenkm.s, b. 9, 2 mo. 183G; d. 19 (bur. 20), 8 mo. 

1848. Fell in Elijah Hayes's Barn which destroyed his life. 
Mary Elizabeth Jenkins, b. 21, 8 mo. 1839. 

[551 
Daniel PaRC, d. 23 (bur. 25), 11 mo. 1841; m. at Almsbury, 23, 10 mo. 1800, 
Sarah Huntington, d. 15, 5 mo. 1828. 
[Children:] 

Their Son David, b. 7, 10 mo. 1806. 
Hannah, b. 4, 2 mo. 1808; d. 27, 1 mo. 1829. 
Mary, b. 7, 11 mo. 1809. 
Enoch, b. 23, 9 mo. 1811; d. — , 8 mo. 1813. 
Levina Page, b. 26, 5 mo. 1813; d. — , 9 mo. 1823. 
Harriet N. Page, b. 9, 4 mo. 1815. 
Lydia Page, b. 5, 9 mo. 1817. 
Sarah Jane Page, b. 1, 7 mo. 1819. 
Daniel Page Jr., b. 29, 11 mo. 1823; d. 4, 1 mo. 1831. 
[Daniel Page] m. at Berwick, 1, 10 mo. 1829, Sarah Estes. 
Their Children: 

Hannah Page, b. 25, 1 mo. 1831. 
Daniel Page Jr., b. 24, 10 mo. 1834. 

[561 
William Jepeon, b. 18, 3 mo. 1761 ; d. 26 (bur. 28), 2 mo. 1843; m. at Berwick 
Abigail Jepson, b. 31, 5 mo. 1765. 
Their Children are: 

Elijah Jepson, b. 14, 8 mo. 1781. 
Samuel Jepson, b. 24, 8 mo. 1784. 
Abraham Jepson, b. 23, 9 mo. 1786. 
Sarah Jepson, b. 10, 5 mo. 1790. 
Huldah Jepson, b. 28, 12 mo. 1793. 
Timothy Jepson, b. 13, 6 mo. 1797. 
William Jepson Jr., b. 28, 6 mo. 1804. 
Lydia Jepson. 

[571 

John Walker m. at Berwick, 4, 10 mo. 1821, Anna Austin, d. 1835. 

Their Children, b. at Berwick, are: 

Lydia Austin Walker, b. 2, 11 mo. 1823. 

Sarah Walker, b. 18, 12 mo. 1825; d. 6 (bur. 10), 1 mo. 1SS3 [dales 

of death and burial written in pcncil\. 
Theodate Walker, b. 26, 4 mo. 1827; d. 4 (biu-. 5), 5 mo. 1828. 
Natlianiel Walker, b. 16, 3 mo. 1830. 

John Edward Walker, b. 27, 2 mo. 1834; d. 6 (bur. 8), 12 mo. 1845 
[dales oj death and hxirial written in -pencil]. 

[58] 
William Hussey, b. 8, 7 mo. ISOO; d. 30, 4 mo. 1870 [dales of birth and 
death vTiUen in pencil]', m. at BcHN'ick, 1, 5 mo, 1823, Sarah Varney, d. 19, 
10 mo. 1826. 



1918] Friends' Records at Berwick, Me. 271 

Their Child('s] name is: 

Mary 13. Hufwey, b. 21, 2 mo. 182G; d. 8 (l^ur. 10), 9 mo. 1838. 
(William Husscyl m. Amia A. liufTurn, d. 2G (bur. 27), 9 mo. 1843 (page 9). 
Their Children are: 

Sarah Iluiisey b. 8, 3 mo. 1830. 

Timothy B. Huflsey, b. 6, 3 mo. 1831. 

WUliam Penn Huascy, b. 5, 5 mo. 1838; d. 29, 12 mo. 1839. 

(59] 
Eno8 Hoag, b. 9, 5 mo. 1790; d. 19, 9 mo. 1831 ; m. at Salem, 25, 12 mo. 1822, 
Maria Curtain, b. 10, 2 mo. 1803, d. 7, 3 mo. 1833. 
Their Children are: 

James Albert Hoag, b. 23, 2 mo. 1824. 
Abbe M. Hoag, b. 14, 5 mo. 182G. 
Miriam Hoag, b. 23, 1 mo. 1828. 

Hannah S. Hoag, b. 17, 1 mo. 1831; d. G (bur. 8), 8 mo. 1843. 
Amasa Vamey m. Comfort Hill. 

(Children] record[cd] in Dover Monthly Meeting, except their Daughter: 
Ehnira Varney, b. IG, 2 mo. 1838. 

[00] 
Samuel Nichols m. at Berwick Sarah Nichols. 
Their children are: 

Mary Nichols, b. 8, 9 mo. 1823; d. 10 (bur. 12), 8 mo. 1872 [daUs of 

death and burial written in pencil] . 
David Nichols, b. 7, 12 mo. 1824; d. 20, 7 mo. 182S. 
John D. Lang, b. 19, 4 mo. 1799; m. at Berwick Anna Elmira Stacpole, b. 
14, 1 mo. 1800. 
Their Children are: 

Louisa L. Lang, b. 25, 2 mo. 1822. 

Thomas Stacpole Lang, b. IG, 6 mo. 1826. 

Sarah Elmira Lang, b. 21, 9 mo. 1828; d. — , 5 mo. 1845. 

Irany Lang, b. 7, 11 mo. 1830; d. 18 (bur. 20), 11 mo. 183G. 

Theodate Lang, b. 2, 2 mo. 1832. 

Mary Irany Lang, b. 10, 9 mo. 183G; d. 13 (bur. 16), 12 mo. 1845. 

John Alton Lang, b. 27, 1 mo. 1840. 

[61] 
William Hill, b. 28, 2 mo. 1799; m. at Berwick Elizabeth Buflum, b. 18, 9 mo. 
1802, d. 26, 9 mo. 1859 [daU of death writien in pencil]. 
Their Children are: 

Samantha HiU, b. 5 10 mo. 1824; d. 1 (bur. 4), 5 mo. 1826. 

Charles Edwin and \ b. 27, 2 mo. 1827. 

Eliza Jane Hill [ b. 27, 2 mo. 1827; d. 10 (bm-. 12), 3 mo. 1827. 

Malvina Hill, b. 22, 4 mo. 1829; d. 24 (bur. 26), S mo. 1829. 

Henry HiU, b. 25, 10 mo. 1830; d. 8 (bur. 10), 11 mo. 1830. 

William Henry HiU, b. 6, 6 mo. 1832; d. 5, 2 mo. 1848. 

George Albert, b. 21, 6 mo. 1834; d. 22 (bur. 23), 9 mo. 1834. 

John, b. 11, 6 mo. 1836; d. 22, 8 mo. 1836. 

Samuel, b. 11, 6 mo. 1836; d. 1, 7 mo. 1836. 

Elizabeth Ann (?], b. 21, 4 mo. 1838. 

Mary Rogers, b. 27, 3 mo. 1839. 

Edward, b. 13, 5 mo. 1840. 

Abby Maria, b. 26, 5 mo. 1843; d. 30, 7 mo. 1843. 
[WUliam Hill] m. 2, 5 mo. 1861 Sarah M. Wilbur, b. — , 2 mo. 1823 [date of 
• birth uriUcn in pencil], d. 27 (bur. 31), 10 mo. 1872. 



272 Friends' Records at Berwick, Me. [Oct. 

[62] 
Thaddcus Morrcll, b. 12, 8 mo. 1783; d. G, 6 mo. 1874; m. 17, 2 mo. 1806 
Susamia Ayer, b. 22, 5 mo. 1785, d. 7, 6 mo. 1874. 
Their Cliildrcn arc: 

Archales L. Morrell, b. 28, 2 mo. 1807; d. 23 (bur. 25), 11 mo. 1823. 

Horatio S. Morrcll, b. 25, 1 mo. 1810. 

David MorrcU, b. 13, 3 mo. 1812. 

Alexander H. Morrell, b. 24, G mo. 1815; 'd. 17 (bur. 19), 10 mo. 1815. 

Vienna G. Morrcll, b. 8, 1 mo. 1817. 

Sarah E. Morrell, b. 8, G mo. 1819. 

Daniel J. Morrell, b. 8, 8 mo. 1821. 

Jolm E. L. Morrell, b. 18, 10 mo. 1823. 

Thaddcus C. Morrcll, b. 9, 9 mo. 1825. 

James A. Morrell, b. 9, G mo. 1829. 
John Eates m. at Rochester Abiah Green. 
Their Children are: 

Edwin Estes, b. 7, 9 mo. 1829; d. 2G, 5 mo. 1832. 

Charles Estes, b. 20, 11 mo. 1830. 

Edwin T. Estes, b. 27, 11 mo. 1833. 

Simon G. Estes, b. 18, G mo. 1835. 

Albert Estes, b. 15, 9 mo. 1839. 

[63] 
Edward Jenkins m. at Dover Rhoda E. Bartlett. 
Their Children [sic], b. in Berwick, are: 
Hannah S. Jenkins, b. 2G, 4 mo. 1832. 
Jolm Meadcr, b. 3, 11 mo. 1797; m. at Monkton, Vermont, 4, 9 mo. 1819, 
Ehzabeth Tabor [Tabor written in another hand above Hoag crossed out], 
b. 31, 3 mo. 1793. 
Their Children [sic]: 

John Joseph, b. 3, 6 mo. 1834. 

[64] 
William Jepson Jr. (page 5G), b. 28, G mo. 1804; m. at Berwick Phebe C. 
Page, b. 4, G mo. 1804, d. 14, 2 mo. 183G. 
Their Children: 

Soviah Jepson, b. 8, 12 mo. 1825. 
Elizabeth Jepson, b. 18, 2 mo. 1828. 
Lydia Jepson, b. 12, 1 mo. 1830. 
Cynthia Jepson, b. 12, 3 mo. 1832. 
[William Jepson Jr.] m. Mary Fry, d. 9 (bur. 10), 12 mo. 1839. 
Their Child: 

John William Jepson, b. 20, 3 mo. 1838. 

[65] 
John Hussey, d. 10, 5 mo. 1S6G [second 6 written in pencil]; m. at Rochester 
Mary Hanson. 
Their Children: 

Moses Husscv, b. 31, 11 mo. ISIG; d. 10, 2 mo. 1821. 
Timothy Hussey, b. 29, 10 mo. 1820. 
Moses Hussey, b. 2, 2 mo. 1823. 
Sylvanus Hussey, b. 2, 6 mo. 1824; d. 30, 6 mo. 1824. 
Aaron Hussey, b. 10, 12 mo. 1828. 
John Hubbard Hussey, b. S, 4 mo. 1830. 
Edward Evans m. at Rochester, 4, 5 mo. 1837, Patience Green. 
Their Child: 

William Evans, b. 14, 9 mo. 1838. 



1918] Wiscaaset Cemetery Inscriptions 273 

(601 
Josiah Varney m. at N. Berwick, 30, 1 mo. 1835, Lydia Cole. 
Their Children [sic]: 

Jonathan Vaniey, b. IG, 3 mo. 1836; d. 14 (bur. 16), 4 mo. 1837. 
Albert P. Hussey m. 15, 10 mo. 1834 Ruth Sison, d. 4 (bur. 7), 3 mo. 1885. 
Their Children: 

Emily, b. 18, 1 mo. 1837. 
Isaac, b. 2, 10 mo. 1841. 
Mercy A. Hussey, b. 20, 11 mo. 1845. 
Pelatiah Hussey, b. 23, 7 mo. 1805 [dale of birth written in pencil]; d. 16 
(bur. 19), 6 mo. 1877; m. 4, 5 mo. 1837 Peace N. Canney, b. 1, 2 mo. 1805 

[date of birth written in pencil], d. 1884. 

Their Children: 

Franklin, b. 13, 3 mo. 1838; d. 22, 4 mo. 1856. 
Maria, b. 9, 7 mo. 1840; d. 28, 8 mo. 1864.* 
(To be oootinucd] 



INSCRIPTIONS IN THE ANCIENT CEMETERY, 
WISCASSET, ME. 

Clommunicated by Mrs. Fannie Scott Cuask of Boston, Mass. 
(Concluded from page 245] 

In memory of Mrs. Catherine Kelton, wife of Samuel Kelton Daught of 
Mr. Daniel & Mrs. Mary Baker, of Dedham Mass. who died Sept 3iit 
[sic] 1804 ^t. 27. 
Here rest The remains of Samuel Kelton, who . . . fell a victim to an 

untimely disease, on the 3Uh of July, AD 1805 ^Et. 40. 
John Kingsbury Died March 4, 1853, JE. 47. 

His son Wihnot C. died Aug. 18, 1841, iE. 1 yr. 6 mos. 
John H. Died at Pensacola, Fla. Oct. 24, 1864, JEi. 29. 

Sidney C. Died at Pensacola, Fla. Sept. 20, 1864, Mi. 16 yrs. 6 moa. 
Members of the 2d Me. Cavalry, 
Sons of John and Catherine Kingsbury. 
John R. Son of Rhodes & Betsey Kingsbury died Feb. 15, 1845, Mi. 16. • 
Margaret, wife of John Kingsbury, died Apr. 25, 1861, Mi. 84. 
Rhodes Kingsbury Died June 27, 1866, JEt. 77. 
Robert Light died Dec. 4, 1798, ^t. 40. 

Elizabeth his wife died July 23, 1S2S, Mi. 76. 
Betsey Light wife of Paul Danford died May 10, 1801, Mi. 24. 
Hannah W. Light died Jan. 14, 1861, JEt. 76. 
Ann, Wife of Adam Logan, Died Nov. 1, 1872, .Et. 66 Yrs. 7 Ms. 
George Lowell. Bom Oct. 3, 1782, died Nov. 29, 1864. 

And AbigaU BaUard. His Wife Born Aug. 11, 1791, died June 1, 1861. 
Also their Children, Ebenezer B. Lowell. Bom Mar. 6, 1812, died 

Jan. 3, 1825. 
And George LoweU. Born Sept. 12, 1818, died Mar. 9, 1836, 
Harriet I. Lowell. Born Mar. 22, 1810, died Apr. 11, 1879, 

• On a half sheet of small letter paper, found loose between the leaves of this book« 
is a brief family record which may be summarired as follows: Aaron Varney, b. 16, 
12 mo. 1785. Huldah D. Varney. b. 12, 2 mo. 1794. (They were] m. 26, 10 mo. 1815. 
Their chUdren: Lydia B. Varney, b. 7, 9 mo. 1816. John B. Varney, b. 13, 7 mo. 1818. 



274 Wiscasael Cemetery Inscriplums [Oct. 

T. Wlbroken] * 

Sacred to tho memory of Mis-s Ann S. McCratc, Bom in Wiscasset, Sept. 3, 

1813, Died at WisnLs.sct, Ai)ril 8, 1856, Aged 42 yrs. 
Hon. Jolm D. McCrate born in Wwaisset, Maine, Oct. 1, 1802, died in Sutton, 

Mass. Sept. 11, 1879. HiLsband 
Sacred to the memory of Mrs. Sarah MOate, Bom in England, March 8, 
1779, Died at WLscasset, Nov. 20, 1855, Aged 76 yrs. These stones are 
erected by her affectionate children . . . 
In memory of Susan S. McCrate, daughter of Thomas and Sarah M^Crate, 

born Feb. IG, 1812, and died Oct. 12, 1813. 
In tender remembrance of M™ Susanah M'Oratc. Consort of Capt. Thomas 

McCrate. who died March 22nd I.SOO. Aged 28 Years. 
In memory of Thoma.s M^Crate, who was born in Ireland December 21, 

1772, and died in Wi.scasset, June 30, 1835, aged 62 years. 
To the memory of Thomas M^Cratc, l«t Lieut, in the U. S. Army. Bom 

in Wiscasset, Jan. 16, 1815, Died in Boston, beloved and lamented, 

Sept. 20, 1845. 
Elisha McKenney Died Apr. 6, 1874, JEt. 71 yrs. 7 mos. 
Jane R. dau. of Elisha & Sophronia McKenney, died Apr. 5, 1845, Mi. 6 jts. 

5 mos. & 14 days. 
Mrs. Sophronia, Wife of Elisha McKinney Died Dec. 10, 1841. Mi. 38. 
Sacred to the memory of George W. McNear, who died March 26, 1842, 

aged 29 years. 
James McNear Bom Sept. 26, 1804, Died Aug. 9, 1857. 

Mrs. Rebecca, wife of Mr. James McNear, died Oct. 29, 1836, aged 33 years. 
In memory of Robert McNear, Son of the late Capt John, & Mrs. Elizabeth 

McNear, who died June 11, 1836; aged 15 years 6 Months & 16 Days. 
Sarah T. wife of James McNear, Bom Sept. 24, 1803, Died Mar. 6, 1868. 
In memory of William Cotton, son of llev. William L. and Amanda P. 

Mather, who died June 25, 1840, aged 4 mo» 
Sacred to the memory of Capt. Samuel Miller, who died Jan. 17, 1834; aged 

69 years. 
By a Brother To the memory of IssabcUa, Consort of W^ S. Moore, who died 

Sept. 5. 1830; aged 22 years. 
Also To the memory of W^ S. Moore, who was lost at sea Jan. 1829; 
aged 26 years. 
Here lies buried the Body of M' John More died March 8th 1768. Aged 39 

Years and 3 Months. 
Mr. Timothy H. Morrill Died March 21, 1843, Mi. 21 yrs. & 7 mos. 
Edwin, son of Elbridge and Caroline Neal, died Oct. 4, 1843, aged 4 years & 

4 months. 
Sacred to the memory of Miss Haimah Nickels daur of William and Jane 

Nickels, who died June 19, 1812: aged 16 years. 
Sacred to the memory of Jane Nickels, wife of William Nickels, who died 

Nov. 30th 1812: aged 37 years. 
In Memory of Mary, Daur of Wm & Jane Nickels; died Novr 17th 1805, M 

1 Yr & 3 Mo 
In Memory of Octavia, Daur of W'o & Jane Nickels; oied June 25th 1810, 

iE. 3 y» & 10 Mo 

•The complete inscription was probably "T. M^M." The letters are cut on a 
thick, rough stone, sot low in the ground, and probably mark the grave of Terrence 
McMahon or McMahan of Georgetown. Me. His daughter Elizabeth Donnell 
married at Pownalborough (now Wiscasset), Me., 30 May 1790, Capt. Nathan Clark; 
and his daughter Anna Holland married (intention recorded at Pownalborough. 
11 Sept. 1790) Capt. Daniel Fegan. According to a tradition among descendants of 
Terrence McMahon, he died at Wiscasset (or Pownalborough) while \-i3iting his 
daughter (either Mrs. Clark or Mrs. Fegan), and was buried in that town. The stone 
that is supposed to mark his grave ia near the grave of Capt. Daniel Fegan. 



1918] Wiscassei Cemetery Inscriptions 275 

Sacred to tlio inL-inory of Cai)t. \Vm. Nickels, Who died Oct. 30, 1815, Mi. 

49 Vrs. 
Julia, daughter of Nathaniel & Lydia Norton, Boni March 18, 1808. Died 

Mar. 21, 1891. 
In memory of Mrs. Lydia. wife of Nathaniel Norton died Nov 20, 1837, 

aged G7 yrs. 
In memory of Mr. Nathaniel Norton Horn in Boston, Oct. 5. 1759; Died in 

Wi.sctLsset, l>ec. 29. 1847. 

Richard Son of Nathaniel & Lydia Norton; Died at Matauzaa, 
Aug. 1. 1824: Aged 21 years. 
Adelme Nutter Died Oct. 29, 1809, M. GO y's, 6 m's, & 7 d's. 
Robert P. Owen Died Aug. 10, 1838; aged 40 yrs. & 1 month. 
Clara P. Page, Born in Wisciusset, Died in HallowcU, Jan. 14, 1881, Mi. 60 

Yrs. 
Erected by the hand of conjugal Love, to the memory of Mrs. Clarisa Pay- 
son, wife of Major Sanmcl Page, whose Mortal remains lie int€rred 

beneath this Monumental Inscription, with her infant child. She died 

suddenly on the 24th. of August, AD. 182G, aged 34 years. 
In memory of Pcrsis G., wife of John L. Parkiiurst; who died Jan. 25, 1827, 

Aged 34. 
Capt Jolm B. Patterson, of wiscasset died nov 26 1810: aged 26 years. 
Sacred to the memory of Mrs. Betsey, Wife of General David Payson, who 

died Nov. 2d, 1826, aged Gl years. 
In memory of Col' David Payson, who died June 5, A.D. 1814 Aged 53, 

years. 
Gen. David Payson, Died Nov. 17, 1831, M. 72. 
Capt. Edward Payson, departed this life, Sept. llti» 1800, .£tat. 43. 
Erected In Memory of Mr. Eliphalet Payson, who died July 1, AD. 1807. 

Mi. 30. 
Erected In Memory of Mr. Jonathan Payson, who died Oct. 9, AD. 1800, 

JEt. 30. 
Mary Payson, daughter of Maj. David & M" Anna Payson; died May 12tb 

1803. iEtat 4. 
In memory of Nancy Payson, relict of Col. David Payson Jr. Bom Jan. 10, 

1768, Died Feb. 17, 1847. Beloved, honored and respected in all the 

relations of wife, mother, and friend, she departed full of yeate, and her 

children's children call her blessed. 
In memory of Silas Payson, who died June 2S<^ii 1829: aged 35 years. 
Susan F.-Phipps Widow of Joshua B. Phipps Born May 6, 1791, died Aug 14, 

1867, JEt. 76. 
Sacred to the memory of Mrs. Caroline Pike, wife of Jeremiah Pike, died 

June 12, 1823. Mi. 23. 

How sweet she shone in social life 
As daughter, sister, mother, wife .... 
In Memory of Christopher Pike an Infant Son of Willm & Eiiz^ Pike who 

died Janry 17th 1799. 
In Memory of Lydia Pike, Dau«- of Willm & Eliz^ Pike, who died May 2A^, 

1800, Aged 5 Months. 
Here lie the mortal remains of Mrs. Sarah Pitt, wife of Mr. William Pitt; who 

departed this life Feb. 10, 1813: [broken]^ years. 
Abner Plumer, Died Aug. 17, 1830, ^t. 58 Yrs. 

Mar>', His Wife Died March 11, 1857, JEt. 84 Yrs. 
Here lyes the Body of Mr Joshua Pool Late of Gloster Aged 39 Years Dec<i 

June 27th 1739 
S. B. Pottle. 
In memory of Lydia H. Pratt, dau^ of Mr Calvin, & M" Nabby Pratt, who 

died Aug. 27, 1813: aged 11 months. 

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276 Wiscasset Cemetery Inscriptions [Oct, 

In Memory of James Quiniuun Jun: Son of James & Mary Quinnam; who 

departed this Life Febv 2^ 1801, in the 18iii Year of hia Age. 
In memory of Henry S. liandali of New Durham N. H. who died at Wis- 

caseett Jan. 31, 1835. A'X. 21 yrs. 7 m.s. 20 d.s. 
In memory of John Wihiiot, son of Wihnot W. and Adaline D. Robinson who 

died March 10, 1842, aged 1 year 4 mo. & 24 days. 
Mr. Joseph Russ, Died Oct. 24, 1844, M. 95. 
Julia A. daughter of Thomas & Sarah E. Saunders, Died Sept. 6, 1842; aged 

3 y's. 3 m's. 
Capt. Thomas Saunders died in Matanzas. June 22, 1858, Mi. 56. 
Robert T. son of Jeremiah & Sarah Sears, died Jan. 30, 1844, M. 16 yrs. 
Mrs. Sarah, wife of Jeremiah Sears, Died Sept. 15, 1844, JPX. 44. 
Erected in Memory of M^ John Sevcy died Janry 7^^ 1796, M 53 Years & 

7 Months. 
Erected in Memory of M™ Moriah Sevey Consort of Mr John Sevey died 

March 5th 1795, M 50 Years, Months & 27 Days. 
To the Memory of Mr. Wyman B. Sevey. Who died March 13, 1812; in 

the 44 year of his age. A kind husband, affectionate father, and a 

worthy citizen. 

[Scwall Monument*] 

[West face.] M S Hon. Samuelis Scwall, L.L.D. A.A.S. Ma.ss. Reip. Cur. 
Sup. Jurid. Princ. Propter ejus virtutem, Scientiam FideHtatemque, 
a Jurisconsultis hujus Reipublicac, summa cum Rcverentia, hoc Marmor 
est positum. Vir fuit in omni vit& sincerus, probus, benevolus, ut in 
bonos comis, ita fortasse adversos [sic, ?adver8U8] malos injucundus; 
erga Deum Rcligione, Patriam Pietate, Amicos Fide, insignis; in Literis 
multo humanior; Legislator ct Reipublicac natalis et focderatarum 
prudcnB atque disertua, Judex sanctus, gra\'is, pcritus intontus nee illi 
Facilitae Auctoritatcm, aut severitas Amorem diminuit. Bostoniae 
natus MDCCLVii, Cur. Sup. Jurid. mdccc et Jurid Princ mdcccxiv creatus. 
In hoc oppido munia peragens. Anno novissimi Honoris primo, ex in- 
genti Civium Expcctatione, Morte subita, quam suis luctuosa et Rei- 
publicac acerba Jun. viii mdcccxiv ereptus est. 

[Sovih face.] Hon. Samuel Scwall, Filius Samuelis Arm. F. Rev. 
Josephi S. T. D. F. Hon. Samuelis, F. Henrici Arm. F. Henrici 
Arm.' F. Henrici Gen. 

[East face.] Erected by the members of the bar, practising, in the Supreme 
Judicial Court; of this Commonwealth, to express their Veneration, of 
the Character of the Hon. Samuel Sewall. late Chief Justice of the said 
Court; who died suddenly in this Place, on the 8^^ of June: 1814 iEt. 56. 

[North face.] The remains of Chief Justice Sewall. having been here in- 
terred: afterwards were removed, and deposited in his Family Tomb at 
Marblehead. Robt Hope Fecit. Boston. 

Kezia Shiney, Died June 9, 1859, Aged 76 yrs. 6 mos. 

Here repose the mortal remains of Joseph Emerson Smith Esqr son of Manas- 
seh & Hannah Smith, born at Holies N. H. March 6, 1782; graduate! 
at Harvard College 1804; settled in the practice of law in Boston 1807; 
where he died March 12, 1837. 

In memory of Mrs. Hannah Smith. She was daughter of Rev<i Daniel 
Emerson of Holies N. H. bom Oct. 11, 1745; married to Manasseh 
Smith Feb. 17, 1774; and died his widow April 16, 1825. They were 
pious parents of eight filial children; lived exemplars of beneficence & 
charity, & died in the Christian's hope of a happy inomortality. 

* A marblo monument in the eastern part of the cemetery, standrng in the centre 
of a small, square lot that is enclosed by a high iron fence. 



I 



1918] Wiacasset Cemetery Inscriptions 277 

Lucy Smith, daughter of Manaaseh & Hannah Smith, bom Sept. 22, 17S3; 

died April 2.S, 1840: 

Lydia R. Smith, Daughter of Manasseh & Hannah Smith, Born at HoUia, 
N. H. Died July IG, 1858, ML 80. 

In memory of Manasseh Smith Ksq. Horn at Leomiaster Mass. Dec 25. 1748; 
graduated at Harvard College 1773; was chaplain in the Ilcvolutionary 
army- Clerk of S. Court of Jud. of Mass. settled in this town, in the 
practice of law, 1788; & declining public offices, devoted hiiiLself to the 
duties of his profession, happiness of his family & offices of piety. Died 
May 21, 1823.* 

In memory of Abia Smyth, wife of Caleb Smyth, who departed this life 
March 15th, 1814; aged 36 years. 

George Sneli Died Sept. 28, 1811, i*:. 40 yrs. 

Mary His Wife Died Dec. 29, 1846, JE. 71 yrs. 
Father and Mother . . . 

Edward K. Died Mar. 4, 1830, M. 7 mo's. 

Frances L. Died Feb. 28, 1842, JE. 1 y'r. 

Children of Timothy & Sarah Somes. 

To commemorate the name and the virtues of Nymphas Stacey, who was 
born at Cape Ann, Octr 25, A.D. 1754. and who died in this place 
Aug. 3, A.D. 1811. Aged 56 years, 9 months. ... In whose charac- 
ter were the united the afTcctions of the parent, the tenderness of the 
husband, the generosity of the friend. This Stone is erected by his . . . 
widow. . . 

In memory of Abigail, dau. of Nymphas & Martha Stacy, died Oct. 29, 1823. 
aged 1 year & 6 mos. 

In memory of Mrs. Abigail Stacy, Widow of Mr. Nymphas Stacy, who died 
March 14, 1842, Mt. 87 yrs. & 2 mos. 

Eliza Payson Wife of William Stacy. Bom Sept. 14, 1795. Died April 29, 
1867. 

In memory of the deceased children of Wm. & Eliza Stacy. 
Harriet Died Feb. 3, 1830, JEt. 1 yr. & 4 mos. 
Silas Payson Died May 4, 1833, Mt. 3 yrs. 
Nancy Payson Died May 12, 1833, Mt. 13 yrs. 
Mary Eliza Died June 9, 1833, ^Et. 9 >ts. 

Our Father. John Stacy, died Feb. 14, 1837, aged 41 years. 

Maria Dau. of William & Eliza Stacy Died Aug. 11, 1861, Mt. 35. 

In memory of Mrs. Martha, wife of ^'Ir. Nymphas Stacy, who died May 24, 
1851, M. 64 yrs. 10 mos. 

Our Mother. Mary, wife of John Stacy, died at Cambridge, Feb. 15, 1S58, 
aged 66 yrs. 10 mos. 

Mary Lavinia H. daughter of John S. & Lavinia Stacy, died April 2S, 1842, 
Aged 8 years. 

In memory of Natjil. P. Sta6y, Son of Nymphas & Martha Stacy, who died 
April 2, 1839, Mt. 14 jts. 8 mos. 

This humble monument designates the spot where was deposited the mortal 
part of Deacon Nymphas Stacy, who died Dec- 2Sth A.D. 1804, M. 79. 

Sacred to the memory of Mr. Nymphas Stacy, who departed this life Aug. 14, 
1824; Mt. 44. 

In memory of William Stacy Jr. Member of the Soph. Class Bowdoin Col. 
who died April 23, 1841, ^t. 19 >ts. 

WiUiam Sticy Died July 7, 1856, .Et. 66. 

Sacred to the memory of, Mr. Elisha Stephenson, Brother of Margarett, L 
& Jesse Stephenson, & Son of Elisha ^ Lucia Stephenson late of Cohasset 
deceased, who died AprU 12th AD. 1810, A L. 5S10 ^Et. 22 years. 

• He was the father of Samuel Emerson Smith (1788-1S60), Governor of Maine, 
1831-1834. 



278 Wiscatsei Cemetery Inscriptions [Oct. 

Mrs. Betaey Stetson, consort of Mr. 2>cnas Stetson; Juf died May 23<* 1800. 

i^^:tat. 24. 
Murgurct M. wife of John R. C. Stinson Died Aug. 13, 1839; aged 25 yre. 
Sacred to tho memory of Ann Stuart who died July 21, 1845, All. G4. 
Sacred to the memory of John Stuart Ek<i. Bom in England. Died Dec. 22, 

1838, aged 87 years. 
Sacred to the memory of Mrs. Martha, relict of John Stuart Esq. who died 

Dec. 19, 18^10, aged 8(i years & 4 months. 
In memory of Ann Swett Wife of Joseph Swett Who died July 1, 1863, Aged 

89 years. 
In memory of Charles Swett Who died Mar. 30, 1871, Mi. 61 years 10 mo. 
In memory of Joseph Swett, Formerly of Haverhill, Mass. Who died Sept. 

26, 1847, Aged 79 years. 
In memory of Mary Ann Swett Who died Dec. 19, 1885, Mi. 78 years 7 mos. 

21 days. 

Here lies entombed the mortal part of David Sylvester Esq^. He was a 
worthy citizen; and, many years, a Magistrate, who distributed Justice, 
and promoted peace among his fellow men. From the early institution 
of the Society untill his death, he was Master of Lincoln Lxxlge. . . . 
Obit. Feby 25ti» 1798, ittat. 56.* 

Asa Mead son of Amos & Susan Tappan, died April 20, 1843, aged 14 m. & 
20 ds. 

In memory of M" Hannah, wife of M' Elisha J. Taylor, who died Decf 11, 
1809.* ML 21. 

John Taylor died Aug. 18, 1824, iEt. 68 years. 

Sacred to the memory of Sarah, Relict of William Taylor, who died July 11, 
1826, ^.t. 63 years. 

Erected by an afTcctionate brother in memory of Miss. Susan B. daughter 
of Elisha J & Sarah Taylor, who died July 3, 1831 aged 19. 

Sacred to the memory of Mr. William Taylor, who died Augt. 1, 1819, iEt. 
60 years. . . . 

An ypright mason mourn 'd by many an eye . . . 

Elizabeth, dauglitcr of Zebediah & Lucy Thayer, died Feb. 15, 1834: Aged 

22 years. 

Sacred to the memory of Lucy, wife of Z. Thayer, who died Aug. 1, 1813; 

aged 40. 
Zebediah Thayer Died Jan. 17, 1847; JEt. 73. [Perhaps additionol uxfrds, 

hidden by the earth.] 
In memor>' of Mrs. Eliza L. w4fe of Philip E. Theobald, who died Dec. 18, 

1830, aged 34. 
In memory of Sarah A. wife of Elbridge G. Thompson, who died April 10, 

1844, aged 22 years. 
Margaret, daughter of Francis & Margaret Tibbets, died May 8, 1830: aged 

2 months & 16 days. 
Susan P. dau. of F. S. & Margaret C. Tibbetts, died Sept. 8, 1833: aged 11 

ms. 8 ds. 
Capt. D. F. Tinkham Died at sea Sept. 15, 1872, iEt. 50 yre. 

Elizabeth His beloved wife Died at Sandwich. Mass. Feb. 16, 1887, 

iEt. 65 yrs. 
Dwight Foster Infant son of D. F. & Elizabeth Tinkham Died Apr. 22, 
1845, iEt. 10 mos. 
Here reposes All that was mortal of Joseph Tinkham Esq. who died Novr 3^ 

1802. .'Et. 49. . . . Husband . . . Parent . . . 
In memorj' of Mr Joseph Tinkham Jr who died Oct. 13. 1807: £,t. 26. 

• This inscription is on a large, flat stone on the top of a tomb. On the iron door 
of the tomb are the words "Lincoln Lodge." On a stone near the tomb are the words 
•'P'athcr & Mothex." 



1918] Records at Cornish, N. H. 279 

In Memory of Margaret Iloby Tinkham, Daur of Capt Spenser & M" Mary 

Tinkham died July 6th 1800. A(?ed 2 Years, & 20 days. 
To the memory of Mrs. Mary D. Tinkham, wife of iS|)cnccr W. Tinkham, 
died suddenly Augi 20, 182-1. /Et. 24. 

Beloved partner of my hftppi<'r days! 
To thee affection its last tribute pays; 
Mourn 'd bv thy brother, <fc siHters dear, 
Thy only c^iild, & widow'd mother's tear, 
Ilcfit now in p<'HCc . . . 
In Memory of Perez Tinkham, who died Febv, 25ti> 1803, Aged 18 Years & 

9 months. 
Sacred to the Memory of Sarah Tinkham. Relict of the late Scth Tinkham, 
who departed this life. March 30th 1842: Aged 67 Years. . . . 
This Monument was erected by her affectionate Son . . . 
Erected by an affectionate son to the memory of Maj. Seth Tinkham, who 

died on the 29th. day of Sep. A.D. 1828, Aged 68 Years.* 
Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Trundy, obt. July 27, 

1859, aged 88 years. 
Sacred to the memory of Mr Thomas Trundy Obt August 27, 1838. aged 

66 years. 
Cornelius Turner Died Jan. 1838, ML 96 Yrs. 

Bardin Turner, Died Aug. 5, 1862, .Et. 58 Yrs. 
Hamiah Turner, Died Oct. 10, 1829, iEt. 23 Yrs. 

John C. Turner, Died Nov. 19, 1840, .Et. 19 Yrs. 
Mrs. Mary A. wife of Warren Viney, Died Nov. 22, 1830, JEi. 23. 
Mary Wife of Capt. Richard Wade Died Nov. 18, 1866, ^t. 67. 
Cephas, Son of Wm. W. & Harriet West, died Sept. 10, 1844, Aged 1 yr. 6 

raos. 
Harriet wife of William W. West, died Feb. 25, 1844, JE. 23. 
Sacred to the memorj- of M™ Sarah Wood, wife of Abiel Wood Jf who died 

May 8, 1833: aged 24. 
In memory of Betsey Woodman Wife of Jacob Woodman died Janry 9*^ 1796. 

Aged 45 Years. 
In Memory of M*" Thomas Woodman who died on his passage from Dam- 
arara to this Port Sept. 14th 1796, ^tat. 32. . . . 
Also In Memory of Thomas son of M"" Thomas & M" Lucy Woodman, 
who died May 9tb 1796, iEtat. 5. 



CHURCH RECORDS AND MARRIAGE RECORDS 
AT CORNISH, N. H., 1768-1805 

Transcribed by Georob Walter Chamberlain, M.S., of Maiden, Mass. 

Below are given extracts from a manuscript record entitled "A 
History of the Chh in Cornish which was in Union with Windsor 
the first Five Years" and also a record of one hundred and fift-een 
marriages solemnized by Rev. James Wellman from Jan. 1709 to 
Mar. 1805. The two records are in the handwriting of Rev. James 
Wellman, who was the first pastor of the church at Cornish, N. H., 

• AccordinK to the town records of Wiscassct he died 1 Oct. 1828. and this later dat^ 
is probftbly the correct date, as the gravestone is said to have l)een erected several years 
after Major Tinkhum's death. 



280 Records at Cornish, N. IL [Oct. 

and the little hook containing them is now in the possession of the 
New England Historic Genealogical Society, to which it wa.s bxi- 
queathed hy the late Rev. Joshua Wyman Wcllman, A.M., D.D., of 
Maiden, Ma»ss., a great-grandson of the writer of the records. 

The "History" begins with a copy of the covenant under which 
the church wa^ formed, which was "[djoneat Wind.sor Sept. 21. 1708 
[an]d at Cornish Sept 29 1768," and was signed by the following 
persons : 

James Wcllman, Pastor, Samuel Chase, Hez*» Thomson, Ebcnezr Hois- 
ington, Moses Chase, John Bartlet, Dudley Chase, Jontb Chase, Joab Hois- 
ington, Israel Curtis, Daniel Putnam. 

The "History" is then continued as follows: 

N. B. Hczckiah Thompson belonging to ye first Chh in Farmington. 
Ebcn" Hoisington to yc Chh in Southington & John Bartlet to the Chh in 
Lebanon had not yr Letters when the Chh was cmbodyed but it was thought 
expedient to allow them to incorporate with ye rest and their Letters were 
afterwards brought and Voted Satisfactory. 

Sept 29th 1768 The Rev<i James Wcllman was Installed to the Pastoral 
Care. of the Chh of Christ in Cornish & Windsor (Windsor being jojmed With 
Cornish ... for the first five Years) . . . 

April 3d 1774 The Chh voted to comply wth the Request of Deacon Heze- 
kiah Thomson & Wife, Watts Hubbard & Wife Eben" Hoisington & Wife, 
Eben«r Curtis & Wife, Andrew Blunt & Wife, & Lowis Smith who dcsird a 
Dismission from this Chh, with a view to joyn with others in forming a Chh 
in Windsor. . . . 

The following persons owned the covenant at Cornish 24 July 1777: 
Sam" Chase, Thomas Hall, Deacon, Dudley Chase, Deacon, John Bartlet, 
Jonathan Chase, Willm Ripley, Nichols Cady, Simeon Chase, Salmon Chase, 
Eben«r Demming, Stephen Child, Willm Richardson Ju«-, Sam" Fitch. Rich- 
ard Hawley, Stephen Cadcy, James Wellman Junr, Isaac Wellman, Thomas 
Hall Junr, Thomas Chase, Abijah Cady, Zephaniah Spicer, Andrew Spauld- 
ing, Solomon Chase. 

Females. Esther Hillard, Sarah Fitch, Sarah Wellman, Mary Chase, 
Hannah Hibbard, Sarah Spicer, Jemimah Bartlet, Anne Putnam. Sarah 
Chase, Wife of Solomon Chase, Alice Chase, Wife of Dudley Chase, Elisabeth 
Chase Junr, Marcy Chase, Abigail Chase, Lo\N'is Chase, Eleanor Dana. Sarah 
Chase, Wife of Jonth Chase, Sarah Palmer, Sarah Cummings, Huldah Hall, 
Lucy Hall, Mary Dustun, Martha Wellman, Judith Hall, Lucy Hillard 

• * • 

Further extracts from the "History*' follow: 

August 3d 1777. The Person's whose Names are under Written own'd 
the foregoing Covenant & consented publickly to have their Names Affixed 
to it Females Silence Chase, Prudence Chase, Elisabeth Chase, Abigail 
Hall, Lucy Bro^^-n. Males Moses Hall, Moody Hall . . . 

Septr 2d 1777. David Huggins, & Hannah his Wife own'd the foregoing 
Covenant, at his own House (on a funeral Occasion) he being dangerously 
Sick; and he was baptized, and their Daughter Lucy. 

A List of those that own'd the Covenant both Males & Females, & had 
Children baptiz'd in Cornish & Windsor ab Anno 176S. exclusive of thoee 
who consented to the foregowirg general Covenant. 

2 Solomon Emmon's & Mary his Wife April. 22 1770. 

3 Willm Smeed Junr Mav 17. 1772. 



1918] Records at Cornish, N. H. 381 

4 Hannah Judd Wife of Enoch Judd August y« 30. 1772 

c 

Q Levi Stephens & Anne his Wife February y« 14th 1773. 

g Benjamin Cummings & Mary his Wife March y« 22. 1778. 

9 Samuel Ilillard & Phebe his Wife own'd y Govt, . . & were Bajv 
10 tized December y* 5ih 1779. . 

A List of Males admitted to full Communion with this Chh after the 

Gathering of it. 

No 1. Andrew Blunt, June 18. 1769 Being dismissed & recommended by 
the Chh in Warwick. 

2. Ebenezcr Curtis March ye 4th 1770, being dismissed & reconunended 

by the Chh in Warwick 

3. Samuel Rockwell, March 8. 1772. 

4. Watts Hubbard May 17th 1772 being dismissed & recommended, by 

the Chh in Kensington. 

5. Doctor Solomon Chase May ye 7th 1775. being dismissed and 

recommended by the Chh in Walpole 

6. Willm Ripley being dismissed & recommended by the first Chh in 

Pomfrett. July ye 2^ 1775. 

7. Daniel Hibbard October 22. 1775. 

8. Thomas Hall Dec 3^ 1775. being dismissed & recommended by the 

Chh in New Brantree 
9 Nichols Cady Baptized and admitted to full Communion, & Simoon 

10 Chase, & Salmon Chase admitted to full Communion January 

11 12th 1777. 

12. Thomas HaU Junr July 27. 1777. 

13. John Morss, March l-t 1778. 

14. Josiah Stone March 29. 1778. 

15 Samuel Chase the 3^ May ye 9th 1779 

Jy Joseph Spaulding & Abel Spaulding Junr March 10th 1782. 
18 Baruk Chaae April ye 7th 1782 

A List of Females admitted to full Communion With this Chh. 
No 1 Louis Smith, wife of Steel Smith Janry Ist 1769 

2 Anne Putnam, wife of Daniel Putnam Jan^y 29. 1769 
o Mary Chase, Wife of Sam" Chase & Hannah Chase Wife of Moses 
^ Chase Feb. 19. 1769 being dismissed and reconmiended by ye 

first Chh in Sutton. 

5. Hannah Thomson, wife of Deacon Hezekiah Thomson March 12th 

1769. being dismissed and recommended by the. first Chh in 
Farmington 
Elisabeth Hoisington Wife of Eben«r Hoisington & Mary Hoising- 

6. ton Wife of Joab Hoisington March 12th 1769 being recommended 

7. to our Watch & fellowship by the Revd Mr Chapman Pastor of 
the Chh in Southington. 

8. Eunice Blunt, \Vife of Andrew Blunt June 18th 1769. 

9 The Wife of Eben" Curtis March 4. 1770 being dismissed & recom- 
mended by the Chh in Warwick 
10. Jemima Bartlet Wife of Joljn Bartlct July 22. 1770 being recom- 
mended to our Communion by tiic Y{.q,\^ Solomon Williams 
Pastor of the first Chh in Lebanon. 

11 Mercy Rockwell Wife of Samut-l Rockwell March 8. 1772. 

12. Mary Hubbard Wife of Wat^ Hubbard May 17th 1772 being dis- 

missed and recommended by the Chh in Kensington. 

13. Sarah Welhnao Wife of the Ravd James Wellm&n April y* 3<i 1774. 



282 Records at Cornish, N. 11. [Oct. 

14 Sarah Chase Wife of Doctor Solomon Chafle May 7. 1775. being 
dismissed & n^commonfiod hy the C'hh in Walpole 

15. Lydia Rii)loy Wife of Will"' Ripley July 2*1 1775. l)cing dismiased 
& rcconiHiendcd by the ('hh in Pomfrett 

16 M" Hawley Wife of Richard Hawhjy a/Jmittcd to occassional Com- 
munion Septr 3. 1775, bringing a Letter of recommendation from 
Enfield 

17. Hannah Hibbard, Wife of Daniel Ilibbard baptized & admitted to 

full Communion Octr 15. 1775. 

18. Ix)uis Waldo Wife of Daniel Waldo March 3d 1776 
19 

20 Allicc Chaae Wife of Deacon Dudley Cha.se, & Marcy Chase, Louia 

21 Chase, & Abigail Chase, their Daughters January \2^ 1777. 
22 

23 Ruth Cady, Wife of Nichols Cady March 2«i 1777. 

24 Esther Hillard, widow, March y« 9th 1777. 

25. Sarah Fitch Wife of James Fitch May 4th 1777. 

26 Sarah Spicer, Wife of Zephanh Spicer June 15. 1777. 

27. Lucy Hall wife of Thomas Hall Junr July 27. 1777. 

28. Sarah Dustun, Wife of Nathanii Duatun August 3d 1777. 

29 Silence Chase Wife of Sarnii Chase Junr Qctr 12. 1777 

30 Sibel Remington Wife of David Remington May 24 1778. 

31 Elisabeth Chase Wife of Samuel Chase ye 3^ May y 9th 1779 

32 Elisabeth Hall Wife of Benjn Hall admitted to full Communion & 

33 Bethiah Stevens Baptized & admitted to full Communion May y« 

Gth 1781 

34 Martha Spaulding Wife of Joseph Spaulding & Elisabeth Spaulding 

35 Wife of Abel Spaulding Junr March 10 1782. 

36 ElLsabeth Haskil Wife of David Haskil April 28. 1782. 

* « * 

[26 October 1785.] The Revd Jarncs Wclhnan and his W^ife, were on their 
Request, by the Chh Dismissed, from their Particular Standing & Relation 
with them, and recommended to any Such regular Chh as they hereafter 
may Chuse to joyn with. Test Augustine Hibbard Scribe 

[Record of Makriaqes] 

An Account of those who were jo\Tied in Marriage ab Anno 1768 pr James 
Wellman, Pastor of the Chh, of Cornish & Windsor. 

No I.e. Abijah Smith of Hanover & Elisabeth Goodrich of Hadly 
Jany 19 1769. 

2 C. Nchemiah Estabrook & Elisabeth Slap of Lebanon November 

ye 22 1770. 

3 C. William Sanderson of Hertford & Marj' Mulkey Widow of 

plainfield March 13. 1771. 

4 C. Abel Stevens & Ruth Spaulding both of plainfield May 21. 

1771. 

5 C. John Griswold & Elisabeth Porter both of Lebanon Dec 4th 

1771. 

6 C. Solomon Burk & Keziah Benjamin both of Windsor October 

27th 1772. 
7. C. Joseph Woodruff & Phebe Norton both of Windsor Nov 4th 
1772 5: 

8 C. Peter Ix^vcns & Marv Hubbard both of Windsor Novr 4th 1772 

9 C. Ezra Spaulding & Lvdia Fitch both of Cornish Novr l2th 

1772. & 
10 C. Samuel Chase the third of Cornish and Elisabeth Leet of Cl&re- 
mont Novr 12. 1772. 



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Asa Gallop of Plainficld & Sarah Vinscn of Corniah Dec 29. 1 772. 
Sam" Patrick and Ama Spiccr both of Windsor April y* 15. 

1773. 
Stephen Cady of Cornish & Jane Patrick of Windsor April 22. 

1773. 
John White & lAm'ia Shafter both of Claremont May 13ib 1773. 
Josiah Clark and jeru.sha Burt of Woodstock in New-York 

May ye iyi»' 1773. 
Jonah Blakslce and Hannah Tuttle Widow both of Weathers- 
field in New-York July yo 5th 1773. 
Joseph Kee & Mary NichoLs both of Plainfield August 30^ 

1773. 
Joseph Marsh late of Weathersfield & Bettc Marsh of Cornish 

Sept29tb 1773. 
Nichols Cady & Ruth Chase Novr 9th 1773. 
Daniel Ford & Lydia Goodvs'in April ye 18 1774. 
Benjamin Thompson & Abigail Whitney both of Croydon 

June 7th 1774. & 
Amos Ilagar & Sarah Allen Widow both of Croydon June 7. 

1774 
Edward Goodwin & Elisabeth Spencer Widow both of Clare- 
mont June 9th 1774 
James Goodwin & Mary Sumner August ye 18th 1774. 
Thomas Hall Junr of Cornish & Lucy Dustun of Claremont 

Sept. 15. 1774. 
Thomas Wilson & Esther Spaulding both of Cornish Nov 24 

1774 & 
David Palmer of Croydon & Sarah Roberts Widow, of Cornish 

Novr 24. 1774 
Doctor Da\id Hall & Olive Smccd both of Windsor May IQth 

1775. 
Elisha Flour & Rhoda lloisington both of Windsor May 15. 

1775. 
Robert Dunlap & Mary Vinsen both of Cornish Sept"" 26. 1775. 
Nathanii Dunstun & Sarah Wclbnan both of Cornish Janry y* 

16. 1776. 
Moses Currier & Mary Hall both of Cornish Feb. y^ 15th 1776. 
Roswell Smith & Sarah Nash both of Windsor May y* 9th 1776. 
Lemuel Hubbard and the Widow Sarah Fuller both of Clare- 
mont Au^t 8th 1776 
Daniel Chase of Cornish & Mehitabel Kimball of plainfield 

Septr 5th 1776 & 
Benjamin Cummings & Mary Cooper both of Cornish at the 

Same Time. 
James Steel & Lucretia Deble both of Claremont December 

ye 12 1776 
the Revd Mr Augustine Hibbard of Claremont & M" Euiii[ce] 

Ashlcv of Winchester Janv v*" 7th 1777. 
Willtn Hunter & Mary Newelfboth of Windsor Janry 30th 1777. 
Thomas Hunter & Abigail Powers both of Windsor FebT y« 

10th 1777. 
William Powers & Hannah Johnson both of Windsor Febv 27. 

1777. 
Lieut Elisha Hawlcv & the Widow Hannah Savles both of 

Windsor. July 28.' 1777. 
Eleazer Stern's of Meshobe and the Widow Ruth Parker of 

Windsor in the State of Vermont Nov 5th 1777. 



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284 Records at Cornish, N. H. [Oct. 

Daniel Kimball of Plainficld and Hannah Chase of Comiah 

December 4th 1777, 
Benoiii Patrick & Hannah Beach both of Windsor Feby. 26. 

1778. 
Nathan" Hall of Keen & Prudence Chase of Cornish March y 

11th 1778. 
Joseph Spaulding & Martha Chase both of Cornish April 23. 

1778 
David Hunter & Lydia Beach both of Windsor June 20. 1778. 
Stephen Child & Mercy Chase both of Cornish September y« 

7 th 1778 
Peter Chase & Sarah Cady both of Cornish Deer 30. 1778. 
John Morss & Abigail Cliaae both of Corni.sh Janry ye 4th 1779. 
David Haakil & Elisabeth Putnam both of Cornish Febry y 

4ti» 1779. 
John HaskJl & Eunice Carpenter both of Cornish March 25th 

1779. 
Josiah Russell the third & Millicent Spaulding both of plain- 
field Septr 13th 1779. 
Benjamin Smith & Louis Chase both of Cornish December y« 

9th 1779. 
Robert Nichols of Croydon & Tabitha Richardson of Cornish 

January 27 th 1780 
William York of Claremont & Lucy Hillar[d] of Cornish Mav 

25th 1780. 
Abel Spaulding Junr & Ehsabeth Chase both of Cornish July 

Gth 1780. 
Job Steven's of plainfield & Ehsabeth Chase of Cornish Aug** 

24 1780 
Elihu Steven's & Lucrecia Matthews both of Claremont 

Feb. 28. 1781 
Aaron Morison late of Windsor in Connecticut & Eda Simon's 

late of Enfield in Connecticut March ye 1. 1781. 
Doctr Ebenzr Wright & Martha Wellman both of Cornish 

May 27th 1781. 
John Boyd of Oakham & Judith Hall of Cornish June li^ 

1781. 
William Richardson Junr & Bethiah Steven'[s] both of Cornish 

Sept 6th 1781. 
Samii Chase the Third & Damaris 'Sabin both of . Cornish 

Sept 19th 1781. 
Aaron Warren of Cornish and Sarah Renolds of Plainfield 

Deer 27th 1781 
Francis Cabot & Mercy Hodgman, both of Hertford Febx 14th 

1782. 
John Massey & Lucy Dean both of Windsor June 25th 1782. 
Luther Hillard of Cornish & Elisabeth York of Claremont 

February' ye 27th 1783 
Nathan Brown & Bette Bery both of Cornish Septr 4. 1783. 
James WTiite of Lyme and Tirza Taylor of Claremont Septem- 
ber ye 11. 1783 
Walter Weld & Lucy Carpenter both of Cornish Decemr 11th 

1783. 
Moses Chase Junr snd Hannah Spaulding both of Cornish 

March 18. 1784 
Phineas Child of Hartland & Anne Deming of Cornish April l»t 

1784. 



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1918] Records at Cornish, N. 11. 285 

76 C. Jamea Beal of Lime & Uranah Tucker of Comiah June 27ti> 

1784 

76 C William Richardson & Elisabeth joy, Widow both (of] Corniah 

August 3d 1784. 

77 C. Josepli Chase & Polly jerald both of Cornish Novr 18 1784 

78 C. Philip Tabor & Huldah Hall both of Cornish December 2<« 

1784. 

79 C. Jabcz Baldwin & Hannah Tucker both of Cornish March 31»i 

1785 

80 C. Larnard Walkor & Sallo Cory both of ComLsh May 5th 1785. 

81 C. Warren Cuinining & Mary Taylor both of Cornish May 28-1789 

82 C Phincaa Cowls & Cathanne Stone both of Clareraont April 2d 

1789 

83 C Peres Jackson & Lucy Hunter both of Cornish October S^ 1789 

84 C John Kile of Plaiiificld and Cloe Ford of Claremont Oct' 19tb 

1789 

85 C Richmond Hillard & Polly Wilson both of Cornish March 16. 

1790 

86. C. Eliphalet Kimball Junr & Belinda Ripley both of Cornish 

April 4tii 1790 

87. C Robert Harlow & Charity Barrows both of Cornish May ye 

Gth 1790. 

88. C. Al>el Johnson & Sarah Chase both of Cornish February 26. 1793 

89 C. Joshua Chase & Mary Chase both of Cornish March 14th 1793 

90 C. Samuel Whittcn & Rebeccah Johnson both of Cornish August 

22. 1793. 
91. C. Thomas Young & the Widow Sarah Chase both of Cornish 
October 8th 1794 

92 C. Moody Chase of Cornish & Rhoda Cook of Claremont January 

28th 1795 

93 C. Doctr Thomas Fields of Plainfield & Thankful Towner of 

Claremont February 5th 1795, 
94. C. Stephen Conant of Windsor (Vermont) & Fanny Sterne of 

Claremont June l^t 1795 
95 C. Michal Jackson 2d & Polly Shapley both of Cornish August y* 

7th 1796 
96. C. Eldad Hart residing in Cornish & Polly Ferrington of Comish 
Novr 6th 1796 
James Belloch & Sally Chase both of Cornish Novr lOtb 1796 
Bryant Brown & Betsy Day both of Cornish Novr 14 1796. 
John Hellick & Suky Crague both of Cornish Dec 14th 1796 
Samuel Tcmpleton of Plainfield and the Widow Lucy Lucus 

of Cornish February y^ 14th 1798 
Silas Cady & Polly Cha^e both of Cornish February 15th 1798 
Israel C\\asc & Prudence Hall both of Cornish June 5th 1798 
John Rich of Domerston, & Electe Burbank late of Hartland 
both in the State of Vcmiont. But Electe now of Cornish 
State of New Hampshire July 15. 1798 
104 C. Jonathan Hugings Junr & Abigail Spalding both of Cornish 
Novr 15. 1798. 
[10]5 Andrew Baley & Rebeckah French both of Cornish February 

7th 1799. 

106 C. Da\'id Dudley & Cynthia Choat both of Cornish Februar>' 27th 
1800 

107 C. Isaac Griggs & Phebe Hilliard both of Cornish May 29th 1800 

108 C. Andrew Coming^ & Lydia Jackson both of Cornish May 29th 
1800. 



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286 Descendants of John Udvian [Oct. 

109 C. Japhct Jackson & Hannah Currier both of Comiah June 5*^ 

1800 
110. C. Daniel Ford Jun<- of Claremont & Esther Deming of Comwh 
June 14th 1801 

111 C. Harna Tisdalo of Hanover and the Widow Martha Wright of 

PlainfK^ld December 30th 1802 

112 C. Jonathan Hilliard & Suzaniia Lcwey both of CJomiah December 

13wh 1803 

113. C. Benjamin Rowe & Sally Kandall [sic, ? Randall) both of Wind- 
sor, State of Vennont May 30th 1804 

114 C. Lothrop Willis of Hanover and Triphena Tisdal of Lebanon 
were joined in mariagc pr James Wellman Minister of the 
Gospel, at Cornish December 25. 180-1 
[1 1)5 C. March 14- 1805 at Cornish were joyned in Marriage Mr Francia 
Maccarity and M" Martha Dustin pr James Wellman 
Minister of yo Gospel S<1 Macarty late of Hanover in N. 
Hampshire & S<1 Martha Dustin of Corni(shl 



JOHN HOLMAN OF DORCHESTER, MASS., 
AND HIS DESCENDANTS 

By Alfred Ltman Holman of Chicago, III. 
[Concluded from page 203] 

8. Thomas* Holman (Thomas,^ Thomas,^ John^), of Middletown, 

Conn., and Sandisfield, Mass., bom at Milton, Mass., 13 Nov. 
1718, died at Sandisfield 24 Apr. 1802. He married first 

Anna , who died 9 July 1779, aged 48; and secondly 

Anna , who was living 27 Sept. 1794, when a lease was 

given by his son, Eliphalet Hoknan, to "Thomas Hohnan, 
Senr. and Anna his wife for and during the terms of time of 
both the above mentioned Thomas Holman and Anna his 
wife's natural life." 

Thomas Holman was living at Middletown when his father 
died, gave a deed for property there 9 May 1757, and probably 
shortly afterwards removed to Sandisfield. 

Children by first wife: 

12. i. Thomas,' b. at Middletown 8 Sept. 1755. 

13. ii. Jasper. 

14. iii. Eliphalet, b. at Sandisfield 21 Nov. 1764. 

Perhaps others. 

9. Capt. John* Holman, Jr. {Col. John,^ ThoTnas,^ John^), of 

Bridgewater, Mass., born at Milton, Mass., 6 Dec. 1706, died 
at Bridgewater 25 Apr. 1755. He married at Bridgewater, 
20 June 1734, Ann Harris, born at Bridgewater 25 Sept. 
1712, died there 28 Feb. 1757, daughter of Isaac and Jane 
(Cook). 
Children, born at Briagewater: 

i. Sarah,' b. 11 Feb. 1736/7; d. 21 Mar. 1818; m. 26 Oct. 1752 
Lieut. James Keith, b. at Bridgewater 4 Apr. 1727, d. 20 June 
1803, s. of Joseph and Susannah (Field). Children: 1. Janus, 



1918] Descendants of John Holman 287 

b. 2 Aug. 1763; m. 4 May 1780 Mary Mitchell. 2. Sarah, b. 
7 Doc. 1754; rn. 2 Nov. 178() Job Boarcc. 3. /lnn«, b. 20 Nov. 
1750; m. 23 Mar. 1780 Capt. Ephrairn JSnell. 4. laaac, b. 23 Jan. 
1759: d. 19 or 20 Nov. 1822; in. 25 May 1784 Betty Keith, (ku. 
of Eleazcr; five children. 5. Iloltrum, b. 30 Dec. 1700; d. 16 
Sept. 1835; m. 8 Mar. 1785 Sylvia Keith. 0. Susanna, b. 4 Apr. 
1763; d. unm. 12 Nov. 1839. 7. William, b. 30 Jan. 1705; d. 
5 or 8 Nov. 1826; ni. 20 Oct. 1789 Abigail Uu.ssoll. 8. John 
Quincy, b. 20 Apr. 1709; m. in 1792 Mary Hudson; removed to 
Minot, Me. 9. Mary, b. 24 Jan. 1777; nn. 12 Sept. 1793 her first 
couflin, Seth Keith (9, iv, 2). 10. Caleb, b. 31 Mar. 1782; d. 
24 Apr. 1782. 

ii. Anne, b. 4 June 1738; d. 26 Sept. 1757; rn. 6 Apr. 1757 Benjamin 
Byiiam, b. at Bridgewater 11 Mar. 1730/1, h. of Dr. Jo8cj)h and 
Martha (Perkins). He m. (2) at Bridj;ewater, 10 Apr. 1700, 
Rachel Bailey, dau. of Israel and Keziah (Perry). Child: 1. 
Anna, b. 23 Sept. 1757; d. at Bridgewater 17 Feb. 1794; m. 
24 Sept. 1781, a.s his first wife, John Mitchell. 

iii. William, b. 14 Oct. 1740; d. unm. 24 Mar. 1702. 

iv. Abigail, b. 3 Apr. 1743; d. 10 Apr. 1771; m. 27 Dec. 1704 Seth 
Keith, b. at BridRewatcr 17 July 1739, d. 13 Jan. 1785, s. of 
Joseph and Susannah (Field). He m. (2) 7 Mar. 1775 Thankful 
Jackson, widow of Michael of Abington, Mass. Children, b. at 
Bridgewater: 1. Josevh, b. 15 Oct. 1705: d. 25 Oct. 1789; ra. 
15 Feb. 1787 Betty Sherman. 2. Seth, b. 2 June 1708; d. in 
1833; m. 12 Sent. 1793 his first cousin, Mary Keith (9, i, 9). 3. 
Ichabod, b. 10 July 1770; d. 5 Jan. 1771. 

V. Jane, b. 22 Auk. 1745; d. 14 Oct. 1809; m. 25 Dec. 1771 Ephraim 
Cart, b. at liridgewater 7 July 1748, d. at Minot, Me., 9 Apr. 
1828, 8. of Ephraim and Susanna (Alden). Children, b. at 
Bridgcwater: 1. Jane, b. 2 Feb. 1773; d. 18 or 20 Mar. 1846; 
m. 1 Mar. 1792 Zcnaa Keith. 2. Salome, b. 5 Nov. 1775; m. 
11 Aug. 1794 R. Kingsley. 3. Cyrus, b. 28 Feb. 1777; m. 
13 Nov. 1802 Nabby Keith. 4. WUliam Ilolman, bapt. 2 May 
1779; d. at Houlton, Mc., 27 Jan. 1859; m. in 1801 Catherine 
Hascoll. 5. Ephraim, bapt. 24 Feb. 1782; m. in 1809 Anna 
Hill. 6. Shepard, bapt. 23 May 1784; d. young. 7. Sxuanna, 
bapt. 7 Jan. 1787; m. in 1812 John Eaton. 8. Francis, bapt. 
5 Apr. 1789; m. 9 Sept. 1816 Harriet Hayward. 9. Jason, bapt. 
9 Oct. 1791; d. 22 Feb. 1792. 10. Asenalh, bapt. 14 Apr. 1793; 
d. unm. 11. Harmony, bapt. 10 Jan. 1796; m. 1 Jan. 1821 
James Watson. 

vi. John, b. 14 May 1748; d. young. 

vii. Isaac, b. 18 July 1750; d. young. 

10. Capt. Samuel^ Holman {Samuel,^ Thomas,'^ John^), of Hartford 
and East Hartford, Conn., tailor, born at Windsor, Conn., 
10 Jan. 1721/2, died on board a British prison ship in New 
York Harbor in June (perhaps 2 June) 1782. He married 
Mary Treat, born at Glastonbur>', Conn., 30 Nov. 1729, 
died at Colrain, Mass., 15 Aug. 1818, daughter of Thomas 
and Mary (Hopson).* 

The following extract from the records of the Connecticut 
General Assembly of May 1767 shows that at that time 
Samuel Holman was an insolvent debtor. 

"Upon the petition of Peter Treat of Glastonburj', and Ebenezer 
Holcman of Windsor, against John Coleman, Russel Woodbridge 

• On the gravestone of Mrs. Mary (Treat) Holman, at Colrain, Masa.. is the follow- 
ing inscription: "In memory of Widow Mary Holman who departed this life Aug. 1.5. 
1818, in the 89th year of her age and late consort of Capt. Samuel Holman of E. Hart- 
ford who died a prisoner to the British in New York in June 1782." 



288 Descendants of John Holman [Oct. 

and Joseph Mcakins of Hartford, trustees of Samuel Holman of 
said Hartford, an insolvent debtor, shewing; to this Assembly that 
since the proceedings againt tlie Kaid Samuel ujKin the said insolvent 
act they, the petitioners, had, at the request and to oblige the said 
Samuel, given their joint security to the Treasurer of this Colony for 
the sum of £23 10s. 1 kd. in lieu of so much due from the said Samuel 
to this Colony, exjxicting to have and recoivc that sum out of the 
hands of said trustees, but that the said trustees refused to pay and 
allow the same as thinking by law they could not be justified in 
paying the same under the circumstances; praying for relief &c., 
as per the petition on file: Resolved by this Assembly, that the 
petitioners have jind receive the said sum of £23 10.?. lid., lawful 
money, out of the estate of the said Samuel Holman in the hands of 
the said trustees, and they, the said trustees, are hereby ordered 
and directed to pay the same accordingly, and in default thereof 
execution to issue therefor at the suit of the jxititioners." * 

Samuel Holman served in the Revolution, and an entry 
stating that "In a list showing payments made officers and 
crew of the State Man-of-War 'Oliver Cromwell' in March, 
1778, Samuel Holman is entered as Steward" may refer to 
him. He was captain of a vessel which was captured by the 
British, and was confined in a prison ship in the harbor of 
New York, where he died from the inhuman treatment that 
he received. 

At a probate court held at East Windsor, Conn., 7 Dec. 
1786, Mary Holeman, administratrix on the estate of Samuel 
Holeman, late of East Hartford, deceased, presented her 
account, showing that she had paid in debts and charges 
£33. 14s. 8d., and the account was allowed. The adminis- 
tratrix then asked for an order for the distribution of said 
estate, and the Court appointed Ashbel Pitkin, Esq., John 
Wylles, and Richard Goodwin of East Hartford, or any two 
of them, "to make Distribution of the remaining part of sd 
Estate according to Law (Viz) to Mary Holeman Widow of 
the deceasd one third part and to Catherine Minor Wife of 
Richardson Minor two thirds parts." 

Children : 

i. Katherine,' b., probably at Hartford, 25 May 1754; d. at Colrain 
9 May 1S29; m. at Hartford, 11 Jan. 1775, Richardson* Mi.veh, 
Sadler, b. at Stonington, Conn., 10 Sept. 1753, d. at Colrain 
19 Mar. 1847, s. of Nathan' (Samuel,* Elnathan * Manasseh,* 
Thomas') and Sarah (Smith). He m. (2) at Colrain, in Oct. 
1829, Sally (Gould) Seward, dau. of Daniel Gould. Six chil- 
dren, f 

ii. A CHILD, d. young. 

Perhaps others, who d. young. 

11. EBE^rEZER* Holman {Sarnucl,^ Thomas,^ John^), of East Wind- 
sor, Conn., farmer, born at Windsor, Conn., 23 Apr. 1727, 
died at East Windsor 9 Mar. 1795. He married first, at 
Windsor, 1 Nov.»1763, Ruth Loomis, bom at Windsor 24 Aug. 
1729, died at East Windsor 17 June 1770, daughter of Henry 

• Colonial Records of Connecticut, vol. 12, pp. 577-578. 

t For Richardson and Katherino (Holman) Miner and their descendanta see Adden- 
dum at the end of this article. 



1918] Descendants of John Holman 289 

and Ruth (Bidwell); and secondly, at Glastonbury, Conn., 
1 or 2 May 1771, Rachkl Wuight, born at Glastonbury 
20 Oct. 1740, died at East Windsor 1 Jan. 1831, daughter of 
Daniel and Eunice (Loomis). 

Ebenczcr Holman was only about one year and nine 
months old when his father died, and only about thirteen 
years and one month old when his mother died. After her 
death her brother, Benjamin Roberts of Hartford, Corm., was 
administrator of her estate and j^ardian of the two minor 
children, Samuel (10) and Ebcnezer, their sister Abigail being 
already of age. Abigail remained in her uncle's family until 
she was married, and her two brothers until they went to 
learn trades; but Ebenezer, preferring agriculture to a me- 
chanical trade, bought a farm in the southern part of East 
Windsor and there passed the remainder of his life.* 

Ebenezer Holman died intestate, and administration on 
his estate was granted at East Windsor, 11 Apr. 1795, to 
Rachel Holman of East Windsor [widow of the deceased] and 
to Jason Chapin of Wilbraham, Mass. [son-in-law of the 
deceased], who gave bond, with Arodi Wolcott of East Wind- 
sor, for £500. On 1 Aug. 1795 the administrators exhibited 
an inventory of the estate, showing property appraised at 
£597. 12s. lid. At a probate court held at Enfield, Conn., 
23 Mar. 1801, Rachel Holman, only surviving administrator 
of the estate of Ebenezer Holman, asked for an order for the 
distribution of the estate, and Samuel Bancroft and Russell 
Diggins, both of East Windsor, were appointed to distribute 
to Rachel Holman, widow of the deceased, her third and right 
of dower according to law, and to distribute the remainder of 
the estate to the children and heirs of the deceased, viz., to 
Rachel Chapin, Ruth Holman, Samuel Hobnan, and John 
Holman, to each an equal portion thereof, including such 
sums as they had received as portions from the deceased in 
his lifetime. The said Bancroft and Diggins made a return 
of the distribution which they had made to a probate court 
held at Enfield, 9 Nov. 1802. 

Children by second wife, bom at East Windsor: 
i. Racdel,* b. 6 Feb. 1772; d. 17 June 1S24; ra. (1) Jason Chapin of 
Wilbraham, Mjlss., b. 7 Aug. 1764, d. IS Dec. 1800, aged 36, a. 
of Moses and Elizabeth (Dwight); m. (2) 1 Nov. 1801 Eujah 
Chapin Work of Wilbraham, b. 14 May 1773, d. 15 Sept. 1820. 
Children bv first husband: 1. Henry Dxvight, b. 24 Oct. 1794; d. 
iinm. at Flushing, L. I., 14 July 1862. 2. Ebenezer Holman, b. 
4 Sept. 1796; d. at Wilbraham 27 Mar. 1797. Children by second 
husband: 3. Mary, b. 7 July 1802; d. s.p. 3 Jan. 1822; m. 
24 Oct. 1821 Timothy Cadwell of Wilbraham, b. abt. 1800, d. 4 
July 1822, aged 22. 4. Elijah Chapin, b. 28 Sept. 1804; d. 18 
Oct. 1828. 5. Frances, b. 5 July 1806; d. in Jan. 1824. 6. 
Rachel Fidelia, b. 18 July 1808; d. 4 May 1890; m. at Brattlo- 
boro, Vt., Oct. 20, 1829, Asa Baldwin Merrill, b. 20 Oct. 1803, d. 

• From a short autobiography of Ruth (Holman) Sheldon, daughter of Ebenexer 
Holman. A letter written by her on 13 Apr. 1795, before her marriage, to her aunt, 
Mary (Treat) Holman, widow of Samuel (10), gives an account of the death of Ebeneser 
Holm&n. 9 Mar. 1705. 



290 DescendanU of John Ilolman [Oct. 

at New Haven, Conn., 16 Mar. 1897, b. of Asa and Elisabeth; 
Bcvcn children. 7. Lucy Ann, h. 14 Feb. 1811; d. 20 June 1896; 
ra. 3 Sept. 1834 Henry Fuller of SprinKfield, Mrm., h. 14 Oct. 
1811, d. 9 June 1887; one child. 8. liiUh Kmflinr, h. 27 Oct. 
1813; d. 30 July 1870. 9. Jason Henry, b. 9 Mar. 1816; d. 

15 July 1844. 

ii. Ruth, b. 25 Dec. 1773; d. 22 July 1852; m. 23 Nov. 1H03 Charles 
SuELDON of Wilbraharn, Ma.s«., b. 23 July 1773, d. 24 June 1834. 
Children: 1. Sophumia, b. 24 Oct. 1804; d. 31 July 1838; m. 
31 Mar. 1831 Rev. Samuel Leonard of the Waba.sii Presbytery, 
Cumberland Church, b. ubt. 1790. d. 25 Jan. 1840, aped 50; one 
child. 2. Charles Franhlin, b. G Feb. 1807; d. 23 Julv 1832. 3. 
Celia Maria, b. 15 Dec. 1809; d. 2 Oct. 1812. 4. itlizaUth, b. 
27 Nov. 1812: d. 21 Apr. 1813. 

15. iii. Samuel, b. 29 Aug. 1776. 

iv. Kbenezer, b. 8 Dec. 1778; bur. 27 Mar. 1780. 

16. v. John, b. 20 July 1783. 

12. Thomas' Holman (Thomas,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,* John}), of 
Litchfield, Conn., Sandisfield, Mass., JcfTcrson, N. Y., and 
Lenox, Ohio, born at Middletown, Conn., 8 Sept. 1755, died 
at Ivcnox, Ohio, 27 June 1850. He married first Huldaii 

, born 10 Mar. 1773, died at JcfTerson, Schoharie Co., 

N. Y., 9 Sept. 1818; and secondly, at Westford, Otsego Co., 
N. Y., 28 Mar. 1819, Mary (Vaughan) Draper, bom 2 June 
1782, died, probably at Harpcrsfield, Delaware Co., N. Y., 
12 Mar. 1869, widow of Bethuel Draper, by whom she had 
six children. 

Thomas Holman served as a private in the Revolution for 
about eleven months, enlisting first in Ma}' 1775 from Litch- 
field, Conn., and again in May 1777 from Sandisfield, Mass. 
On 25 Sept. 1832 he applied for a pension, which was granted 
to him, and under the Act of 1853 his widow received a pen- 
sion until her death. 

Children by first wife, the first eight born at Sandisfield, 
Mass., and the last two at Jefferson, N. Y.: 

17. i. Thomas,' b. 26 Nov. 1793. 

ii. Betsey, b. 25 May 1795; d. 24 Apr. 1817; m. Robert Durfee. 
iii. Ruth. b. 27 Nov. 1797; d. 5 Mar. 1825; m. Nathan B. Burritt. 

Children: 1. Thomas. 2. Aaron. 3. John. 4. Esther, who m. 

John Hoyt and ia said to have had six children, Walter, Wallace, 

John, Henry, Ellsworth, and Hattie. 
iv. Marinda, b. 7 Mar. 1799; m. 16 Sept. 1819 Roswell Rockwell. 

Children: 1. George. 2. Spencer. 

18. V. Archibald, b. 5 Apr. 1801. 

19. vi. Aaron Johnson, b. 27 June 1803. 

vii. Anna, b. 22 May 1805; d. unm. 20 Dec. 1877. 

viii. HuLDAH, b. 14 Mar. 1807; d. at Rock Creek, Ohio, 20 Nov. 1863; 
m. at Lenox. Ohio, in Mar. 1829, Hiram Latimer, b. at Otis, 
Mass., 18 July 1804, d. at Rock Creek 2 Dec. 1886, s. of William 
and Lucinda (Holcomb). Children: 1. Fidelia, b. at Welling- 
ton, Lorain Co., Ohio, 4 Mar. 1831; d. 7 June 1835. 2. Sabra 
Emeline, b. at WeUinpton 21 Dec. 1832; m. at Rock Creek, 15 
June 1853, Reuben WelUngton Pettis, b. in New York State 

16 Dec. 1822, d. at Rock Creek 24 Sent. 1905, a. of Solomon and 
Ruth (House); seven children. 3. Lurana Lamira, b. at Wel- 
Ungton 5 Nov. 1835, d. at Rock Creek 19 Feb. 1875; m. at Rock 
Creek, 26 Oct. 1865, Orson Thompson, b. at Sheffield, Ohio, 
23 May 1837, d. at West Farmington, Ohio, 19 Sept. 1907, a. of 



1918] Desceruiants of John Holman 291 

Noniuiri and Harriett (Allen); three children.* 4. />r. James 
Orson, b. at VVellin^^ton 4 Au^- 18.'i6j^ inr. in Parkrniin Township, 
Ccaviea Co., Ohio, 10 Mar. 1870, Krnily Harriet Ilccvea, b. at 
I'Vceaom. Ohio, IG June I83S. diiu. of vVbhIicI and Lydia (Phelpa); 
two children. t 5. Addison, b. at Rock Creek 3 Jan. 1838, a. in 
Morgan Township, AHhtabula Co., Ohio, 25 Apr. 1854. 6. 
Isaac Newton, b. at Rock Cn-t'k 29 Oct. 1H40; d. there 12 Oct. 
1902- rn. there, 28 Dec. 18G5, Hlizabelh McCausland, b. at Rock 
Creeic 5 Oct. 1845, dau. of Alexander and Sarah Sylphina (How- 
ard); six children. 7. Josf-plnnc Adrl, b. 20 Dec. 1843; d. 23 
Feb. 18G3. 8. Clara Ilolman, b. 25 Aug. 1849; d. 15 Nov. 1866. 

ix. Sabra Emeline, b. 11 Apr. 1809; d. at Trumbull, Ohio, 27 Mar. 
18G0; m. (1) at Jefferson, Ohio, abt. 1828, Jeuky Van Wormer, 
b. at Tully, N. Y., 8 Oct. 1806, d. at Jefferson 17 Dec. 1834, s. 
of Laurence and Martha (Williarn.s); in. (2) in Morgan Town-ship, 
Ohio, in Jan. 1840, Roswei.l Kootk, who d. at NIorgan, .Vahta- 
bula Co., 3 Mar. 1841, 8. of Roger and Rho<la (Dutton). Chil- 
dren by first husband, b. at Jefferson: 1. Lucia Ann, b. 8 Apr. 
1829; d. at Rome, Ohio, 17 Nov. 1850; m. at Lenox, Ohio. 
24 Dec. 1849, John Minot Barker; one daughter, who d. agea 
2 days. 2. Dcrnitia Lucrdia, b. 29 Sept. 1833; m. at Chardon, 
Ohio, 3 Nov. 1857, Almon Damon, b. at Chesterfield, Mass.. 
1 Dec. 1823, d. at Trumbull, Ohio, 6 Mar. 1885, a. of Almon and 
Theodosia (Ijconard); three children. Child by second husband: 
3. Roswdl Jerry, b. in Morgan Town.ship 4 Apr. 1841; d. at 
Nashville, Tenn., 21 Jan. 1SG4; served in the Civil War in Co. C, 
1st Ohio Vol. Artillery, and d. in his third year of service. 

X. Turner, b. 16 Aug. 1811; d. 2 Anr. 1895; m. at Morgan, Ohio, 
30 Jan. 1834, Al.mira E. Bailey, d. at Lenox, Ohio, in Sept. 1809, 
d. 18 Oct. 1891. Children, b. at Lenox: 1. Almon,'' b. 23 June 
1835; d. s.*p. 30 May 1860; m. 12 Sept. 1858 Polly Stone. 2. 
Dorman A., b. 13 Feb. 1837; d. 7 Sept. 1854. 3. Marlin Van 
Buren, b. 14 Aug. 1840; d. 3 Oct. 1856. 4. Judson P., b. 18 Feb. 
1843; d. 1 Mar. 18G1. 5. Eugene E., b. 13 Feb. 1852; d. 29 Aug. 
1856. 

Child by second wife: 

xi. Betsey Ruooles, b. at Jefferson, N. Y., 11 Mar. 1820; d. at Cleve- 
land, Ohio, 16 Sept. 1899; m. at Lenox, Ohio, 14 Nov. 1844, as 
his second wife, Rev. Stephen Heard, a minister of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church, b. in Centre Township, Clearfield Co.. Pa.. 
30 May 1815, d. at Warren, Ohio, 26 Jan. 1S95, s. of Joseph and 
Sarah (Williams).^ Children: 1. Thomas Marsden, b. at Brook- 
field, Ohio, 2 Sept. 1845; m. at Corry, Pa., 24 Oct. 1865, Matilda 
Victoria Strong, b. at Colborne, Ont., 10 Sept. 1837, dau. of 
O. H. and Eliza (Gould); served in the Civil War, enlisting 
16 Aug, 1864 as a private in Co. K, 2d Ohio Heavy Artillery, and 
being discharged 4 July 1865; seven children. 2. James Milton, 
b. at Bazetta, Ohio, 30 Mar. 1847; m. at Platea, Erie Co., Pa., 
18 Apr. 1877, Louisa Doe, b. at Platea 24 June 1856, dau. of 

• Orson Thompson married (2) at Hubbard, Ohio, 2 May 1S76, Eliza .\llen, born at 
Southington, Ohio, 2 May 1846, daughter of Milo and Clarissa (Merchant). By her 
he had one son. 

t Dr. Latimer served in the Civil War, being enrolled in Co. D, 19th Ohio Vol. 
Infantry, 25 Apr. I8GI. and in Co. A. 29th Ohio Vol. Infantry. 5 Aug. IS62, to serve for 
three years, but he was discharged 6 Mar. 1865 because of a wound received at Pine 
Knob, twelve miles from Atlanta, Ga., iu line of battle before the enemy. He was 
graduated at the Eclectic Medical Institute of Cincinnati, Ohio, and received a certif- 
icate in 1876 from the Medical Board of California, giving him the right to practise in 
that State. He lived in California for four years, and afterwards practised his profea- 
flion in Ohio. 

X Rev. Stephen Heard married (1) in Clarion Co.. Pa., in Oct. 183S, Sarah Green 
Miller, born in Sussex Co., N. J., in 1810. died at Johnstown, Trumbull Co.. Ohio. 
26 Apr. 1S44. daughter of Jacob and Ann. By her he had two sons. Rev. C. M. Heard, 
living at Minneapolis, Minn., in 1908, and Joseph M. Heard, now deceased. 

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292 Descendants of John Hdman [Oct. 

Jonathan Shepard and PriAcilla (Leach); they resided at Dc 
I>and, F!a., in 1909; two dauj^hUire. 3. George Melancthon, h. 
at ShalcrHville, Ohio, 29 Nov. 1848; d. 16 July 188.5. 4. Afary 
MyrtiUa.h. at Krx)Ujt<Jwn, Ohio, 15 Dec. 1850; (\. at Jamestown, 
Pa., 13 Sept. 1870. 5. Ctuirlie Frank, b. at Nlcwjpotainia, Ohio, 
2 Oct. 1855; d. 25 Aur. 1857. G. Sarah lAirlla. h. at Dccrficld, 
Ohio, 11 Dec. 18G1- m. at Warren, Ohio, 17 Nov. 1881, SUa« 
Iiant, b. at Groat Elm, co. Somerset, Kn^., 14 Dec. 1853, b. of 
Walter and Martha (IlosHiter); four children. 

13. Jasper' Holm an {ThomcLs* Thomas,* Thomas,^ John^) was 

drowned in the Ohio River, about eleven miles below Pitts- 
burg, Pa., early in the nineteenth century, wliile moving with 
his family from New York State to Ohio, and was buried in 
Virginia. He married Sally Winslow. 
Children: 

i. EuzA Ann,* b. abt. 1795; d. at Pittsburg, Pa., 25 Sept. 1866, aged 
71; m. at Xenia, Ohio, JIenry Lawman, b. at Fincaatle, Va., ^t. 
1789, d. at Xenia 27 Aug. 1829, aged 40, s. of John and Mary 
(Spickard). Children: 1. Jasper Ilolman, an arti.st of excep- 
tional ability, b. at Xenia 2 Apr. 1825; d. at Pittsburg 1 Apr. 
1906; m. at Pittsburg, 18 Aug. 1863, Lenore Ward, b. at Pitts- 
burg 18 Feb. 1840, Oau. of William and Mary (McCoy); six 
daughters. 2. A child, d. young. 
20. ii. Elipualet, b. abt. 1799. 

iii. Samuel, of whom nothing has been learned, except that he went 
"out West" and is supposed to have been killed by the Indians. 

14. Elipualet^ Holman (Thomas,* Thomas,* Thomas,^ John^), 

born at Sandisfield, Mass., 21 Nov. 1764, died at Porter, 
Gallia Co., Ohio, 6 Jan. 1853. He married, 20 Jan. 1791, 
DiADEMA Winslow, born 29 Feb. 1772, died at Porter, Ohio, 
14 Nov. 1849, daughter of Prince and Sarah (Goodrich). 

Ehphalet Holman was a soldier in the Revolution, and was 
twice wounded, receiving a sword wound in the shoulder and 
a bullet wound in one of his legs. On 9 Apr. 1818, when 
living at Boonville, Oneida Co., N. Y., he applied for a pen- 
sion, fvnich was granted, his papers showing that he had 
served from July 1780 to January 1781 in the Thirteenth 
Massachusetts Regiment, under Col. Calvin Smith, and also 
from September 1782 to 14 June 1783 in the Fifth Massa- 
chusetts Regiinent, under Col. Rufus Putnam. 

Children, the first four born at Sandisfield, Mass., the 
others at Utica, N. Y.: 

i. Anna,^ b. 5 Dec. 1791; d. in New York City; m. Samuel Gray, b. 
abt. 1782, d. at Prescott, Ont., 26 Feb. 1834, in hia 52d ycAr. 
Children: 1. Samud, b. abt. 1815; d. unm. 4 July 1839. 2. 
MatLhew, b. at Prescott 6 Mar. 1818; d. there in Mar. 1881; m. 
there, in 1839, Letitia Finnemore, b. at Tullamore, Ire., in 1818, 
d. at Ottawa, Can., 22 Jan. 1896; four children. 3. Sarah Ann, 
b. in 1824; m. Joseph Chevalier; one son. 4. Charles, b. in 
1826: unm. 5. Ann /on«, b. in 1830; m. James Van Camp; one 
daugnter. 
ii. Andrew Wlvslow, b. 12 Sept. 1793; m. Matilda Winslow. He 
was a lieutenant in the War of 1812. Child: 1. CharloUe, d. 
young. 
iii. Charlotte, b. 5 Sept. 1795; d. at Albany, Ohio, 14 June 1862; m. 
at Utica, N. Y., 21 June 1815, Juuus Augustus Bingham, bom 
at Windham, Conn., 13 Mar. 1795, died at Mallett Creek, Ohio, 



1918] Descendants of John Ildman 293 

20 Mar. 1S85. ChiMrcn: 1. I>iadema Elizaltclh, b. 20 Sci)t. 1810; 
d. 4 Jan. 1820. 2. Jxdius AugwtluA, b. 8 Sept. 1818; d. 24 July 
18iy. 3. Marcus Kirkland, b. 12 Auj;. 1823; d. 29 Apr. 1827. 

iv. Sally, b. 5 Dec. 1799; m. Lkvi Fowij:r. 

V. Makia, b. 14 July 1802; d. unm. 

21. vi. Marcus Eliphalet, b. 25 Jan. 1809. 

15. Samuel'^ IIolman {Ebenezer* Samuel* Thomas,^ John^), born at 

East Windsor, Conn., 29 Aug. 177G, died at Wilbraham, Mass., 
4 July 1854. He married at Wilbraham, 27 Nov. 1800, 
Polly Wauriner, born 29 Jan. 1780, died at Wilbraliam 
18 Nov. 18G2, daughter of Solomon and Mary (Moore). 

Children, the first two born at Wilbraham, Mass., the others 
at Wilmington, Vt.: 
i. Mauy Moore,* b. 7 Sept. 1801; d. 24 Nov. 1895; m. 20 Dec. 1830 

Henuy Saugeant, b. 15 Aur. 179G, d. 24 Mar. 18G4, s. of Thomas 

and Lydia (Adams). Children, b. at Springfield, Mass.: 1. 

Mary, b. 1 Nov. 1831; d. 2 Nov. 1838. 2. EUen, b. 10 Jan. 

1834: d. 27 Feb. 1836. 3. Thomas Henry, b. 12 Oct. 1836; d. 

24 May 1884; m. 24 Oct. 1867 Annie Jay Lawler of Boston, b. 

12 Sept. 1846, dau. of William and Eleanor (Grafton); three 
children, b. at Springfield. 4. Elizabeth, b. 23 Sept. 1839; d. 
19 May 1876; m. 2 July 1868 William Fowle Smith of Boston, b. 
2 Nov. 1819, d. 7 Mar. 1884, s. of William and Harriet (Fowle); 
one daughter. 

22. ii. John, b. 2 Nov. 1803. 

23. iii. Ralph Warkiner, b. 2 Feb. 1806. 

24. iv. Samuel Dwight, b. 12 Apr. 1810. 

V. Sophia, b. 15 May 1812; d. 18 July 1812. 

vi. Abigail, b. 7 Dec. 1813; d. at Newton, Mass., 23 Sept. 1879: m. at 
Springfield, Mass., 14 Feb. 1838, Otis Childs, b. at Sprmgfield 
19 Mar. 1811, d. at Newton 16 Jan. 1899, s. of Joshua and Susan 
(King). Children, the first four b. at Milledgeville, Ga., the 
others at Springfield, Mass.: 1. Mary Lowrie, b. 11 Oct. 1841; 
d. 19 Sent. 1848. 2. Ellen Sargeant, b. 21 May 1843; m. at 
Springfield, 16 Oct. 1869, Thomas Weston of Boston, b. at 
Middleborough, Mass., 14 June 1834, s. of Thomas and Thalia 
(Eddy); three children, b. at Newton. 3. Elizabeth Delauny, b. 

13 Nov. 1845; d. 26 Sept. 1847. 4. Edvnn Olis, b. 29 Sept. 1847; 
d. at Newton 20 Feb. 1913; m. at Newton, 25 June 1874, Caroline 
Augusta Chaffin of Newton, b. at St. Louis, Mo., 4 June 1847, 
dau. of Edwin and Caroline Augusta (Gore); three children, b. 
at Newton. 5. Charlotte Clifford, b. 24 Mav 1850; d. 1 Aug. 
1851. 6. Clara Hamilton, b. 6 Feb. 1S52; living unm. in 1918. 
7. Anna Clifford, b. 11 Mar. 1854; d. 14 Aug. 1854. 8. Ralph 
WarHner, b. 28 Aug. 1855; d. unm. 14 June 1884. 

25. vii. Edwin, b. 13 Aug. 1816. 

16. John* Holman (Ebeiiezer* Samuel,* Thornas,'^ John^), born at 

East Windsor, Conn., 20 July 1783, died at South Windsor, 
Conn., 30 July 1869. He married, 1 Dec. 1813, Mary 
(Meacham) Remington, born at Windsor, Conn., 14 Sept. 
1783, died at South Windsor 17 June 1871, aged 87 years, 9 
months, daughter of Barnabas and Margaret (Owen) and 
widow of Joseph of Turkey Hills, Conn. 
Child: 

26. i. Henry,' b. at East Windsor x6 Mar. 1815. 

17. Dr. Thomas* Holman {Thomas,^ Thomas,^ Thomns,* Thomas,* 

John^), bom at Sandisfield, Mass., 26 Nov. 1793, died at 



294 Descendants of John Holman [Oct. 

Bridgeport, Conn., 20 Feb. 1826. He married at Bridgeport, 
27 Sept. 1819, Lucia Ruqgles, born at Brookficild, Conn., 
12 Oct. 1793, died at Bridgeport 20 June 1886, daughter of 
Samuel. She mairied secondly, 13 Sept. 1835, Daniel 
Thomlinson. 

Dr. Thomas Holman was the physician of the first mission- 
ary party that went out to the Sandwich Islands, but he 
remained there only a short time. The Histoncal Missionary 
AUmm, published in Honolulu in 1901, states: 

"Thomas Holman, M.D., arrived at Kailua April 12th, 1820- 
withdrew July 30th, 1820; returned to Uiiitod States with wife and 
one child, Lucia Kamamalu, in 1821; dismissed May 12th, 1822. 
Dr. Holman and family accej)ted free passage home on a wlialesliip 
via China and the Ca|Xi of Good Hoj^e, and Mrs. Holman is believed 
to be the first American lady to circumnavigate the globe." 

Children, the first one born in the Sandwich Islands, the 

others at Bridgeport, Conn.: 

i. Lucia Mau-Mak-Soo,' b. 21 Mar. 1821; d. at New Milford, 
Conn., 9 Aug. 1899; m. at Bridgeport, 23 Jan. 1839^ Hiram 
Benjamin Noble. Child: 1. IlenrieUa Maria, b. at New Mil- 
ford 8 June 1840; d. there 22 May 1900; m. William Pammell 
Brown, b. 7 Apr. 1843; three children. 

27. ii. Thomas Spencer, b. 4 Mar. 1823. 

iii. Eli R., b. in Feb. 1825; d. unm. 6 Nov. 1852. 

18. Archibald" Holman (Thomas,^ Thomas,* Thomas,* Thomas,^ 
John^), born at Sandisfield, Mass., 5 Apr. 1801, died at Lenox, 
Ohio, 6 July 1877. He married at Jefferson, Ashtabula Co., 
Ohio, 22 Apr. 1825, Nancy Warner, born at Jefferson 
18 Apr. 1808, died at Lenox 30 Jan. 1885, daughter of Jona- 
than and Nancy (Fritchie). 
Children, bom at Lenox: 

28. i. Andrew Selden,' b. 26 Aug. 1826. 

29. ii. Theodore Edwin, b. 18 May 1828. 

iii. Edward Orlando, b. 21 Apr. 1831; d. 18 Nov. 1834. 

iv. Phebe Euza, b. 7 Mar. 1833; m. at Lenox, Mar. 8, 1859, James 
Franklin Outt, b. at Tully, N. Y., 3 May 1837, s. of Johji and 
Dolly (Carter). He served in the Civil War in Co. K, 196th 
Ohio Vol. Infantry. Child: 1. James Frariklin, b. at Lenox 
20 Jan. 1860; m. at Independence, Kans., 21 Aug. 1879, Minnie 
May Ivingsley, b. at Northfield, Minn., 23 July 1857, dau. of 
Daniel Webster and Eveline (Carter); two eons, b. at Inde{)end- 
ence, Kans. 

V. Armeda Fidelia, b. 27 Oct. 1836; d. 24 Dec. 1836. 

vi. Ellen Jane, b. 13 July 1838; m. at Jefferson, Ohio, 19 Feb. 1868, 
Capt. Morris Julius Foote, b. at Morgan, Ohio, 26 Jan. 1836, 
d. at Ilumacao, Porto Ilico, 24 Mar. 1909; e. of Julius and Mary 
(Hojl). Captain Foote served in the Civil War, having enlisted 
at Paw Paw, Mich., 10 May 1861, as a private in a Michigan 
company that joined the 7()th New York Volunteers. He waa 
with his regiment in the engagements of the Army of the Potomac 
until 6 May 1864, when he was wounded in the right shoulder; 
but he remained on duty until 17 June 1864, when he waa 
shot in his right knee, his wound necessitating the amputation 
of the leg. Immediately after enlisting he had been promoted 
to the rank of first sergeant, and was later commissioned as second 
lieutenant, then as first lieutenant, and in December 1863 as 
captain. After the War he was elected treasurer of Aahtabula 



1918J Descendants of John Ilolman 295 

County, Oliio, for two tcrrnfl of four yeara. In 1874 he went to 
Warthington, D. C, wafl ^rafluatcil from the National I>aw Uni- 
vcrnity thoro, and was a(lnutte<l a nuTobcr of the bar of the 
District of Columbia. Chil'lrrn: 1. Egbert Warner, b. 12 Apr. 
1869; d. 15 Sept. 1870. 2. Katharine Lucile, b. at Adrian Mich., 
29 Juno 1870; m. (1) 28 Oct. 1892 Frank Perry of Sydney, 
Aufltralia; m. (2) 26 Nov. 1896 S. E. C. Newton of Hull, Eng.; 
m. (3) 20 Nov. 1906 Isidor 1. Maas, 8. of Martin of Durkheim, 
Ger. She was educated in Wa-sliington, D. C, studied elocution 
in Paris^ made her d(^but on the London staRe v^nth Mr. Wilson 
Barrett m 1891, starred in Australia in 1892, toured the Provinces 
with her own company, and retired from the sta^^e in 1906. 
3. Charles Eugene, b. at Jefferson, Ohio, 23 July 1872; m. at 
Ponce, Porto Rico, 3 Jan. 1903, Conchita Astol, b. at Caguaa, 
Porto Rico, 6 Nov. 1881; three children, b. in Porto Rico, 
vii. Runi Nancy, b. 5 Aug. 1810; d. unm. 22 Apr. 1880. 

30. viii. Jasi'er Orlando, b. 10 May 1842. 

ix. Lydia Sophia, b. 1 Jan. 1846; ra. at Lenox, 12 Jan. 1870, Homer 
Curtis Jewett, b. at Thompson, Ohio, 10 May 1841, s. of Myron 
Star and Lucretia (Fowler). He served in the Civil War, having 
enlisted 22 Feb. 1864 in the 10th Co., Ohio Vol. S. S., with the 
60th Ohio Infantry, and being discharge<i 6 Feb. 1865, on account 
of wounds received at Spotsylvania, Va. Children: 1. Addie 
Villelte, b. at Independence, Kans., 25 May 1871; m. at Inde- 
'pendcnce, 10 Mar. 1897, Francis Marion Ringle, b. at Neosha, 
Kans., 23 Apr. 1869, s. of Daniel and Jane (Morris); three sons, 
b. at Independence. 2. Arthur Star, b. at Independence, Kans., 
• 3 Oct. 1874; m. at Kansas City, Mo., 16 June 1904, Martha Jane 

Shade, b. at Ottawa, Kans., 25 Dec. 1875, dau. of Joseph and 
Harriet (Shade); one child, b. at Kansas City. 3. Winnie May, 
b. at Trumbull, Ohio, 24 Feb. 1877. 

19. Aaron Johnson' Holman (Thomas,^ Thomas,* Thomas,* 
Thomas,^ John}), born at Sandisfield, Mass., 27 June 1803, 
died at New Lyme Station, Rome Township, Ohio, 24 Apr. 
1896. He married at Morgan, Ohio, 13 Sept. 1829, Sally 
Ann Williams, bom at Stonington, Conn., 31 Aug. 1801, 
died at Lenox, Ohio, 6 May 1876, daughter of Elisha and 
Mehitabel (Rossiter). 
Children, born at Lenox: 

31. i. Benjamin Franklin,^ b. 16 Oct. 1830. 

ii. Gilbert Rossiter, b. 8 Dec. 1831; d. unm. in Texas 13 Mar. 1864, 
He was a teacher in an academy at West Liberty, Ind., but in 
1862 enlisted in the Army, and became orderly sergeant of Co. K, 
69th Indiana Vol. Infantry. In the fall of 1862 he took part in 
the battle of Richmond, Ky., and the whole rejeiment was cap- 
tured, but was soon exchanged. He was under General Sherman 
in the first attack on Vicksburg, when the Federal troops were 
badly defeated, over 400 men of the 69th Regiment failing to 
answer at roll call that night. He was with Generals Sherman 
and Grant at Grand Gulf, and in the battles at Rajinond, Cham- 
pion Hill, Jackson, Blackwater, and on to the rear of Vicksburg, 
and participated in the siege of Vicksburg until its capture. He 
was also in the battle and taking of Arkansas Post, and was next 
heard of in Texas, where he was drowned. He was bur. in the 
Government cemeterv on Matagorda Island, Tex. 

iii. Sarah Euzabetii, b. '22 Mav 1833; d. s.p. 15 May 1889; m. 
17 Oct. 1888 FR.VNCIS Foles". 

iv. HuLD.vH Jane, b. 5 Feb. 1835; d. in Atchison Co., Mo., 24 Apr. 
1881; m. at Lenox, 14 Oct. 1S57, Napoleon B. Merritt, b. at 
Hanover, Chautauqua Co., N. Y., 16 Apr. 1834, s. of Lewis 
Howell and Hepzibah (Jewett). Mr. Merritt m. (2)>t Hanover, 



296 Dueendanls of John llolman [Oct. 

N. Y., 1 May 1882 Mntilda Tanner, dau. of Nathan Palmer and 
Mary Ann (tvclsoy). Ifc is well known as one of the dwcovrrers 
of the Meflnba Iron RanKe. (Children : 1. Ewjene Turhan, b. 
at Duluth, Minn., 10 Jiily 1858; m. in Atchi.s^in (>)., Kana., 
10 Auk. 1881, Anna Wulle, h. in Perry Co., 111.. 21 Nov. 1800, 
dau. of JoM<'i)h and Caroline (Swartz); five children. 2. Frank- 
lin Willinrns, h. at 1.,4-nox, Ohio, 1 Vch. 1800; m. at Planchard, 
Iowa, 8 Nov. 1882, Sarah Elizabeth Giles, b. at Boone, Iowa, 

9 Mar. 1851, dau. of Joseph K. and Sarah (Scott); four children. 
3. Nellie L., b. 10 Feb. 1802; d. 10 Sept. 1803. 4. Bert HoweU, 
b. 18 Feb. 1805; d. 17 Dec. 1800. 5. \finnie AntainetU, b. 

10 June 1807: d. 4 Sept. 1807. 0. Thomaji Albert, b. at Duluth, 
Minn., 18 Feb. 1871; m. there, Jan. 1892. Jennie Sophia Swan- 
Btroin, b. at Duluth 15 Sept. 1873, dau. of Hon. Emanuel Godfrey 
and J(^nnic Lind (Abbott)' two sons, b. at Duluth. 7. Fred llol- 
man, b. in Atchison Co., Kans., 10 May 1873; m. (l)at Duluth, 
Minn., 5 Dec. 1892, Charlotte May Parmelc, b. in Chautauqua 
Co., N. Y., 9 Nov. 1874, d. at Duluth 15 Mar. 1894, dau. of 
Reuben and Harriet (Tanner); m. (2) at Duluth, 10 May 1897 
Maud R. Decker, b. at Duluth 9 Jan. 1878, dau. of Nicholas ana 
Rose (Slacker); one son by first wife, two children by second ^-ife. 

V. Ledyard Birney, b. U July 1843; d. 8.p. 3 May 1809; m. Ei^ 
GivA Ray. He served in the Civil War, having enlisted in 1802 
in a company of sharpshooters who went West and were attached 
to the Ist or 2d Kan.sas Regiment. He saw active service in 
Missouri and Arkansa^s until 1804, when he was stationed at 
Memphis as acting orderly for General Hulbert and continued 
in that capacity until the close of the War. 

20. Eliphalet' Holman (Jasper,^ Thomas* Thomas,* Thomas,^ 
John^), born about 1799, died at Cincinnati, Ohio, 17 Jan. 
1855, aged 56. He married, at Spring Valley, Greene Co., 
Ohio, Sarah Bell, born about ISOO, died at Cincinnati 
16 Sept. 1852, aged 52, daughter of Nathaniel and Harriett. 
Children: 

i. Sarah Ann,' h. at Spring Valley; d. at Allentown, Pa., 14 June 
1894; m. at Cincinnati, in 1857, Amabel B. BoNNE\^LLE, b. in 
Montreal, P. Q., d. at Allentown in Nov. 1895. Children: 1. 
Berter Bell, b. at Cincinnati; m. Harrv S. Hartzcll. 2. Cleora 
Adelaide, b. at Newport, Kv.* d. s.p. 18 July 1903; m. at Allen- 
town, 14 Oct. 1897, Louis §olcliac, b. in New York Citv 3 Sept. 
1850, d. at Allentown IS Nov. 1899, s. of Auguste and ^^arie. 3. 

Clifford, b. at Newport, Ky.; d. 20 Sept. 1900; ra. ; 

several children. 4. William Gill, b. at Newport, Ky., 5 July 
1805; m. at Allentown, 20 Apr. 1903, Mary Elirabeth Hawk, b. 
at Allentown 4 June 1879, dau. of Silaa A. and Alice EUtab>cth 
(Snyder) ; two sons. 

32. ii. Jasper, b. at Spring Valley 20 Sept. 1828. 
iii. De Witt Cunton, d. young, before 1836. 
iv. Elipualet, d. young, before 1836. 

33. V. Napoleon Bonaparte, b. at Cincinnati 25 Mar. 1836. 

vi. Jercme Bonaparte, b. at Cincinnati 23 Feb. 1838; m. at Morrow, 
Warren Co., Ohio, 17 May 1871, Mary Alice Trovilixj, b. at 
Morrow 11 Nov. 1850, dau. of Elijah and Mary Ann (Foulon). 
Jerome Bonaparte Holman served in the CiNnl War, ha\'ing 
enlisted at Cincinnati, 17 Apr. 1801. as a private in Co. .\, 2d 
Ohio Vol. Infantry, and was honorably discharged at the same 
place, 4 Oct. ISOl. He also served as acting third assistant 
engineer on board the U. S. S. Kenwood and the U. S. S. Nymph, 
of the Mississippi Squadron, and was honorably discharged at 
Cincinnati, 20 Sept. 1805. No children. 

vii. Cleora Adelaide Josephinl Bonaparte, b. at Cincinnati 12 Nov. 
1S42; d. at Buffalo, N. V., 18 July 1906; m. at Brookl^-n, N. Y., 



1918] Descendants of John Ilolman 297 

24 Dec. 1873, Ciiahles Bacon Ix>omih, b. at HufTalo 28 Aur. 

1841, d. there 1 Nov. IWJ.O, h. of Dr. Honitio and Mary .\nn 

(Mott). Child: 1. J&sephine Marion, b. at linxjklyn l.'i Ori. 
1874. 

21. Marcus Eliphalet' Holman {Eliphalet,'' Thomas,^ Thomas,* 
Thoinas,^ John"), born at Utica, N. Y., 25 Jan. 1809, died at 
St. Joseph, Mo., 16 May 1874. He married, 15 May 1831, 
Cynthia Winslow, born at Preble, N. Y., 17 Dec. 1814, 
died at Grant City, Mo., 9 Feb. 1875, daughter of Ira and 
Tryphena (Waterman). 
Children: 

i. Maria Louisa,^ b. 28 Dec. 1833; d. 22 Apr. 1835. 

ii. Andrew Jackson, b. at Morristown, N. 'i ., 11 Apr. 183G; d. unm. 
at Allen's Landing, Perry Co., Mo., from disease contracted in the 
Army, 20 Oct. 18G5. lie served three years in the Civil War, 
and was engaged in many battles. 

iii. Louisa Mauia, b. at Prescott, Ont., 24 Aug. 1840; living at Toledo, 
Ohio, in 1907; m. in Jackson Co., Ohio, 14 Feb. 1867, Andrew 
Jackson Sheridan, b. at Perrysville, Carroll Co., Ohio, 4 Sept. 
1843, 8. of Andrew Jackson and Margaret (Pillars). Children, 
the first one b. at Grant City, Mo., the others at Savannah, Mo.: 
1. Cynthia Forena, b. 28 Apr. 1868; d. 15 Sept. 1884. 2. Herbert 
Mdinlle, b. 11 Aug. 1870; ra. 6 Apr. 1901 Orpha Underhill, b. at 
Fremont, Ohio, 20 Feb. 1864, dau. of Harlow and Sarah (Don- 
nelly); no children. 3. Ira Winslow, b. 11 June 1874; d. unm. 
16 May 1904. 4. Mabel Azella, b. 21 Sept. 1876; d. at Toledo, 
Ohio, 25 Oct. 1899; m. at Monroe, Mich., 1 Aug. 1896, Levi 
Henry Shovar * b. at Walbridge, Ohio, 30 Jan. 1876, s. of Freder- 
ick and Blanche (Warner) ; two daughters. 

iv. Tryphena Diadema, b. at Prescott, Ont., 23 July 1842; d. unm. 
26 Mar. 1866. 

V. Jasper Euphalet, b. at Prescott, Ont., 1 Dec. 1845; d. unm. 
20 Feb. 1875. 

vi. Julius Augustus, b. 12 Aug. 1848* d. 17 Mar. 1852. 

vii. Marcus Augustus, b. at Porter. Ohio, 2 May 1855. He left the 
house of his sister, Mrs. Sheridan, in Grant City, Mo., to go to 
Kansas, and haa not been heard from for thirty years. 

22. John" Holman {Samuel,^ Ehenczer,^ Samuel,^ Thomas,^ John^), 
born at Wilbraham, Mass., 2 Nov. 1803, died 17 Mar. 1872. 
He married first, in Boston, 27 Dec. 1829, Elizabeth Hen- 
derson, bom 19 Mar. 1807, died 5 Oct. 1849, daughter of 
James and Hannah (Walker) of Jaffrey, N. H. ; and secondly, 
1 Apr. 1851, Jerusha Basford, bom at Dixmont, Me., 
22 Oct. 1811, died in Philadelphia, Pa., 5 Oct. 1891, daughter 
of Jonathan and Sally (Higgins). 
Children by first wife: 

i. Charles Edwin,^ b. in Boston 23 Nov. 1830; d. 5 Apr. 1843. 
34. ii. Henry Ralph, b. at Wilbraham 12 June 1832. 

iii. Elizabeth Caroline, b. in Boston 6 Sept. 1834; d. at Northamp- 
ton, Mass., 19 Sept. 1884; m. at Springfield, Mass., 20 Oct. 1S5S, 
Charles Bliss Kingsley of Northampton, b. 22 Feb. 1833, d. at 
Northampton 15 Nov. 1887, s. of Charles Phelps and Caroline 
(Bliss). Children, b. at Northampton: 1. Nellie Ilolman, h. 
June 1861; d. 18 Feb. 18'^2. 2. Charles Bliss, b. 10 Feb. 1S63; 
m. at Springfield, 9 Sept. 1889, Hellen Louise Chapin, b. at 
Haydenville, Mass., 18 July 1866, dau. of Frederick and Sarah 

• Mr. :5hovar married (2) 9 Apr. 1902 Olive Bell Brown, and had two children 
by her. 



298 Descendants of John Hdman [Oct. 

(Clapp); two (iftuj^htcra. 3. MaUif. Ifolman, b. 22 May 1864; 
d. 21 AuR. 1804. 4. Afaljd Durnnl, l>. 27 Nov. 18G.'i; m. at 
Northuinpton, 20 Apr. IS'JO, Oscar Wendell ICdwiird-s, b. at 
Northami)t<)n 7 May 1805, h. of Oscar and Kate (Wendell); no 
children. 5. Unmj I/olmnn, b. 19 Mar. 1808; d. 14 Oct. 1809. 
6. Walter ChiUi^t, b. 20 Au>?. 1809. 7. Frank Warner, b. 13 Aug. 
1872; rn. at HarrisbiirR, Ta., 12 Oct. 1904, Mary Zahm Miller, 
b. at Harri.sburK 29 Dec. 1878, dau. of Samuel Carroll and Hen- 
rietta Zahni (Killoii^^h). 

iv. Jameh Henderson, b. at Springfield, Maaa., 30 Oct. 1836; d. 2 Oct. 
1837. 

V. Mary Dwiqht, b. at Wilbrahani 3 Jan. 1839; d. 2 Oct. 1842. 

vi. Orlando Hall, b. at Wilbraham 20 Oct. 1842; d. 14 Aur. 1844. 

vii. Mary Caroline, b. at Wilbraham Jan. 1840; d. 25 Dec. 1840. 

viii. Helen, b. at Wilbraham 14 July 1849; d. 17 July 1849. 

Child by second wife: 

ix. Sarah Basfoud, b. at Wilbraham 16 May 1855; m. at Wilbraham, 
15 Aug. 1877. as his second wife, Wiluam Thomas Castle of 
Philadelphia, b. 3 Dec. 1838, d. in Philadelphia 2 Aug. 1907, s. of 
Robert and Jane (Hayes).* Child: 1. Esther Marion, h. 21 Mnr. 
1880; d. unm. 13 May 1900. 

23. Ralph Warriner* Holman {Samuel,^ Ebenezer* Samuel,* 

Thomas,lJohn^), born at Wilmington, Vt., 2 Feb. 1806, died 
at Newton, Mass., 20 Nov. 1871. He married first, 30 Oct. 
1832, Caroline Clark, born 27 May 1804, died at Newton 
24 Oct. 18G1, daughter of Maj. William and Betsey (Foote) 
of Wilbraham, Mass.; and secondly, 8 May 1863, Mrs. 
Mary Addy Webster, born 22 June 1821, died 14 June 1882, 
widow of Rev. Andrew Jackson Webster of Boston. 

Children by first wife: 
i. Caroline Elizabeth,^ b. at Nahant, Mass., 31 Aug. 1834; d. in 
Boston 7 Nov. 1873; m. at Newton, 4 Nov. 1851, as his second 
wife, Eben Cutler of Boston, b. at Warren, Mass., 26 Apr. 1816, 
d. in Boston 27 June 1889, s. of James and Betsey (R.ich).t Chil- 
dren, b. at Newton: 1. Ralph William, b. 21 Feb. 1853; m. 7 
Jan. 1880 Grace Dennis, b. at Albany, N. Y., 6 Apr. 1855, dau. 
of Rodney and Clarissa (Strong) of Hartford, Conn.; three 
children, b. at Hartford. 2. Carrie Clark, b. 19 Sept. 1861; m. 
in Boston, 19 Oct. 1887, Rev. Frederick George Chuttcr of Little- 
ton, N. H., b. in co. Somerset, Eng., 12 Sept. 1857; two children. 
ii. Ralph Warriner, b. 30 May 1836; d. 3 Jan. 1837. 
iii. Edward, b. 19 Sept. 1839; d. 3 May 1S62. 
iv. William Albert, b. 9 July 1846; d. 16 Dec. 1848. 

24. Samuel D wight* Holman {Samuel,^ Ehenezer* Samuel* 

Thmnas,^ John^), born at Wilmington, Vt., 12 Apr. 1810, died 
at Springfield, Mass., 8 Sept. 1854. He married, 20 Apr. 
1842, Nancy Br.a.inerd, born at Haddam, Conn., in May 
1817, died at Brooklyn, N. Y., 8 Feb. 1891, daughter of Joseph 
and Margaret (Stevenson or Stevens). 
Children, born at Springfield: 

i. Dwiqht Br.\inerd,' b. 28 Oct. 1843; d. 26 Oct. 1844. 
35. ii. Edward Dw^GHT, b. 30 Oct. 1850. 

• William Thomas Caatle married (I) Esther Estcrley of Newburgh, N. Y., by whom 
he had three children. 

t Eben Cutler married (1) 26 Nov. 1840 Julia A. Leath of Watertown, Mass., who 
d. 30 Oct. 1849, aged 29; married (3) 8 July 1875 Mrs. Sarah E. Burr of Colchoater, 
Conn. 



1918] Descendants of John Ilolman 299 

25. Edwin* Holman (Samuel,^ Khenczcr,* Samuel* Thomas,^ John^), 

bom at Wilininj^ton, Vt., l.'i Aiir. 1810. diod at Southport, 
Conn., 8 Doc. 1903. II(; niarric^d at Suflleld, Onin., 10 June 
1845, Sarah Elizaijkth IIk.mknway, born at Warehain, Mass., 
12 Mar. 1824, died at Southport 22 Aug. 1909, daughter of 
Rev. Daniel and Mary (Adams). 
Children, born at Newton, Mass.: 

36. i. CnARLES Edwin, » b. 28 Oct. 1840. 

li. Mary Adhy, b. 6 May 1848; m. at Newton. 30 June 1870, Elmore 
Alheiit Kknt, b. at Siifriold, Conn., 21 Oct. 1836, d. at Ithaca, 
N. Y., 4 Jan. 1890, h. of Albert and Lucindri (Gillett). Children: 
1. A son, b. at Ehzabcth, N. J., 20 July 1871; d. there 27 July 
1871. 2. Norlon Adams, B.A. (Yale, 1895), Ph.D. (Johns Hop- 
kins, 1901), b. in New York City 28 July 1873; m. at Salem, Mass., 
27 Mar. 1906, Margaret Crownin.shielo, b. at Marblchead, Mass., 
19 AuR. 1882, dau. of Edward and Rebecca (Faclton). 3. Albert 
Emmelt H. A. (Yale, 1897), b. in New York City 20 Jan. 1876. 

37. iii. William IIe.vry, b. 19 Jan. 1852. 

38. iv. Alfred Lyman, b. 28 pec. 1854. 

26. Henry" Holman (John,^ Ebenezcr,* Samuel,^ Thomas,^ John^), 

born at East Windsor, .Conn., 16 Mar. 1815, died at South 
Windsor, Conn., 14 Apr. 1900. He married, 18 Dec. 1842, 
Harriet Amelia Moore, born at Windsor, Conn., 7 Jan. 
1820, died at South Windsor 18 Nov. 1880, daughter of 
William and Lj^dia (Case) of Windsor. 
Children, born at South Windsor: 

i. Jane Moore, ^ b. 20 Nov. 1845; m. 14 May 1878 Charles Adel- 
BERT Stiles, b. 10 Oct. 1855, s. of Samuel and Ann (Bowers). 
Children, born at South Windsor: 1. Albert Edgar, b. 4 July 
1879; m. at South Windsor, 28 Sent. 1904, Florence Kilboura 
Elmore, b. at South Wind.sor 4 May 1884, dau. of Frederick 
Emerson and Eva Maria (Kilbourn); two children. 2. Walter 
Adclberl of Hartford, Conn. (1909), b. 26 July 1880; m. at 
Pepperell, Mass., 10 Oct. 1905, Blanche Evelj-n Bartlett, b. at 
Nor>vay, Me., 2 Oct. 1879, dau. of Marion Luville and Charlotte 
Jane (Reaveley); one son. 3. Arthur Nnvton, h. 5 Sept. 1883; 
m. 1 June 1916 Nannie Lee Yarborough. 4. Harriet Estella, b. 
8 Dec. 1886; m. 2 Dec. 1917 Edward Verne Abbe. 

ii. Charles Henry, b. 4 Feb. 1850; d. 18 Mar. 1858. 

iii. Mary Eldora, b. 7 June 1859; unm. 

27. Thomas Spencer^ Holman {Dr. Thomas,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,* 

Thomas,^ Thomas,^ John'^), born at Bridgeport, Conn., 4 Mar. 
1823, died at Minneapolis, Minn., 9 Apr. 1899. He married 
in New York City, 18 Apr. 1854, Mary Jane Trowbridge, 
born at New Milford, Conn., 9 June 1832, died in Chicago, 
111., 19 Feb. 1891, daughter of Austin B. and Mary Jane 
(Noble). 
Children : 

i. Thomas Trowbridge,' b. at Brookfield, Conn., 28 Sept. 1855; m. 
in Chicago, 25 Dec. 1S95, Anna Louise Cartwright, b. at 
Peoria, 111., 16 June 1870, dau. of Thomas and Sarah (Bamsley). 
No children. 

ii. Austin TR0\^'BRIDGE, b. at Hackensack, N. J., 15 June 1860; m. 
at Ouray, Colo., 11 Oct. 1SS6, Anna Otto, b. in Philadelphia, Pa., 
17 Dec. 1862, dau. of George and Miiry (Feathers). No children. 

iii. HIR.VM Noble, b. at Brooklj-n, N. Y., 16 Oct. 1861; d. 3 Feb. 1869. 



300 Descendants of John Holman [Oct. 

iv. Spkncku Maoison, I), in New York City 23 May 1863; m. at Wcat 
SujMTinr. Wis., 7 Jan. 1802, Catfieuine TuEUtiHA KoooENDonr, 
b. fit Fi-sh Crci'k, Wis., 29 Jan. 1873, dau. of John anrl Catherine 
(Lccklor). Children: 1. ThomoJi Spencer* h. at Went Superior 
31 Oct. 1892. 2. Annie Ixxuisa, h. at St. Paul, Minn., 27 Feb. 
1896. 3. LuciU, b. at Minncap<jlia 24 Sept. 1897. 

28. Andrkw Selden' Holman {Archihahl,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,* 

Thomas,^ Thorrias,^ John^), born at Lenox, Ohio, 2G Aur. 1826, 
died in 1865. He married Kaziaii Runyon, who died at 
Supar Creek, Pa. 

Andrew Selden Holman served in the Civil War; being a 
member of Company 0, Twenty-ninth Ohio Infantry. He 
took part in the battles of Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, and 
Atlanta, and, falling sick, was sent to a hospital. A letter 
was received from him, dated Feb., 1865; but since that time 
nothing has been heard from him, and it is supposed that he 
died on some boat while being removed from one hospital to 
another. 

Children, bom at New Lyme, Ohio: 
i. Ellen Jane,« b. 25 Apr. 18G0; m. at Sugar Creek, Pa., 21 Dec. 
1881, James Coli^r White, b. at Sugar Creek 26 Sept. 1857, 8. 
of Charles and Margaret (Galbraith). Children, bom at Sugar 
Creek: 1. Bcrlha Rose h. 27 Jan. 1883; m. at Franklin, Pa., 
16 Mar. 1904, Wilford R. Dottcrer b. at Emlenton, Pa., 5 Sept. 
1879, 8. of James and Rachel (Beal); two sons, b. at Emlenton. 
2. Clarence Jerome, b. 10 Feb. 1884. 3. Samuel Andrew, b. 
7 Sept. 1887; m. at Franklin, Pa., 7 Mar. 1906, Annie Belle 
Kennehan, b. in Kansas 23 Dec. 1888, dau. of James and .\nisc 
(Graham); one son, b. at Franklin. 4. AUie Leroy, b. 31 Mar. 
1890. 5. Charles Leonard, b. 2 Aug. 1892. 
ii. Em.ma Jo.sepuine, b. in 1861; d. in 1872. 
iii. Julia Irene, b. 2 Feb. 1863; unin. 

29. Theodore Edwin^ Holman {Archibald,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,^ 

Thomas,^ Thomas,^ John^), bom at Lenox, Ohio, 18 May 1828, 
died at Collinwood, Ohio, 1 Mar. 1904. He married at 
Hamdcn, Ohio, 29 Jan. 1850, Maria Huldah Woodruff, 
born at Morgan, Ohio, 11 July 1831, daughter of Hezekiah 
and Huldah Lavinia (Norton). 
Children : 

i. Clar.\ Adelaide," b. at Lenox 19 Nov. 1852; d. 16 Dec. 1864. 

ii. Edwin Merrell, b. at Lenox 30 Oct. 1856; d. 25 Dec. 1864. 

iii. Stanley Archibald, b. at Dorset, Ohio, 25 Feb. 1861; m. at 
Thompson, Ohio, 20 Dec. 1883, Alice Louise Bostwick, b. at 
Thompson 13 Mar. 1861, dau. of Sidney and Louisa (Howe). 
Children: 1. Harry Stanley,* b. at Thompson 20 Nov. 1884. 2. 
Sidney Theodore, b. at Colhnwood 30 Aug. 1890. 

iv. James (twin), b. and d. at Dorset, Ohio, 30 Nov. 1863. 

V. Willie (twin), b. at Dorset, Ohio, 30 Nov. 1863; d. 4 Jan. 1S64. 

vi. Alice Maria, b. at Hamden 25 Feb. 1866: m. at Thompson, Ohio, 
1 Nov. 1SS2, Henry Lorenzo Trask, d. at Thompson 23 -\pr. 
1860, s. of Retire Lorenzo and Susan (Tucker). Children, b. 
at Thompson: 1. Edwin Eugene, b. 4 June 1885; m. at Geneva, 
Ohio. 10 Sept. 1907, Edyth Evolin Perry, b. at A.shtabula, Ohio, 
3 July 1SS3, dau. of Edwin W. and Minnie (Geiger). 2. Claude 
Hairy, b. 3 Sept. ISSS. 3. Viveian Holman, b. 25 Jan. 1891. 
4. Carl Laurence, b. 3 Mar. 1900. 



1918] Descendants of John Holman 301 

30. Jasper Orlando' Holman (Archibald,^ Thomas,* Thomas,* 

Thomas* Thomas,'^ John^), wjus born at Ixmiox, Ohio, 10 May 
1842. He married first, at I.enox, 5 Sept. 1872, Lydia Rk- 
BECCA Bailey, born at Lcno.x 20 Oct. 1846, died at Jefferson, 
Ashtabula Co., Ohio, 12 Dec. 1903, daughter of David L. and 
Almiry (WoodrufT); and secondly, at Rock Creek, Ohio, 
25 Dec. 1904, Emma A. Clark, l)()rn at Morgan, Ohio, 10 Aug. 
1844, daughter of Henry and Lucy (Moses). 

Children by fii^st wife, born at I^nox: 
i. David ARCiirnALD.* b. 1 Nov. 1873; m. at Jefferson, Ohio, 6 May 

1901, Althka ^1AY Atk.v, b. at Williumsficld, Ohio, 1 Mar. 1877, 

duu. of John G. and Mary Lavina (Belnap). 
ii. UowARD Bailey, b. 24 June 1875; m. at Cleveland, Ohio, 12 Sept. 

1906, Lottie Edna Martin, b. at Cleveland 4 Oct. 1881, dau. of 

Joseph Francis and Emily (Young). Child: 1. Ford Martin* 

b. at Cleveland 12 Nov. 1907. 
iii. Runi, b. 23 Aug. 1882. 

31. Benjamin Franklin' Holman {Aaron Johnson,* Thomas,* 

Thomas,* Thomas,* Thomas,'^ John^) was born at Ix^nox, Ohio, 
16 Oct. 1830. He married at Manchester, Clay Co., Ky., 
3 May 1873, Mary Hatton, born at Manchester 19 Mar. 
1849, daughter of William B. and Nancy (Lucas). 

Benjamin Franklin Holman served in the Civil War as first 
lieutenant of Company F, One Hundred and Seventeenth 
Ohio Volunteer Infantry (from July 1863 on, by special order 
of the War Department, known as the First Ohio Volunteer 
Heavy Artillery-), from 22 June 1862 until Mar. 1864, when he 
was promoted to the rank of captain and placed in command 
of Company D of the same regiment. This position he held 
until about 10 Aug. 1865, although he was mustered out at 
Knoxville, Tenn., 25 July 1865, the regiment proceeding north 
by rail and water to Camp Dennison. near Cincinnati, Ohio, 
where it was paid ofT and disbanded. He was offered the 
position of captain of Infantry in the Regular Anny, but 
declined it and took up the practice of law in Clay County 
and adjoining counties in Kentucky, following this profession 
for many years, until impaired health made his retirement 
necessary. 

Children, bom at Manchester: 

i. Ida May,' b. 9 Mar. 1876: m. at Manchester, 21 Dec. 1893, Robert 
Carnaiian^ Jk., b. in Clay Co., Ky., 21 Aug. 1872, s. of Robert 
and Naomi (Byrlcy). Children: 1. Lester Holman, b. at Man- 
chester 28 July 1895. 2. Mary Rossiicr, b. at Manchester 16 Nov. 
1896. 3. CUircTice, b. at Oneida, Kv., 17 Dec. 1898. 4. Theltna 
Naomi, b. at Shoal, Ky., 2 June 1902. 5. Gladys Hughs, b. at 
Oneida, Kv., 12 May 1904. 6. Mona Walker, b. at Oneida, Ky., 
21 Apr. 1907. 

ii. Aaron Johnson, b. 4 Aug. 1888. 

32. Jasper' Holman {Eliphalct,^ Jasper,^ Thomas,* Thomas,* 

Thomas,- John^), born at Spring Valley, Ohio, 20 Sept. 1S2S, 
died near Alta Vista, Wabaunsee Co., Kans., 27 Jul^-ISST. 
He married in Huntington Co., Ind., 2 Oct. 1S65, Mary 
Jane Williamson, born in Montgomery Co., Ohio, 10 May 



302 Descendants of John Ildman [Oct. 

1836, died near Alta Vista, Wabaunsee Co., Kans., 6 Apr. 

1890. 

Jas])cr Holin.'in served in the (3ivil War, having enlisted at 
Cincinnati, Ohio, 17 Apr. 1801, as a private in Company I, 
Second Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and being honorably dis- 
charged at the same place, 4 Oct. 1861. 

Children: 
i. A flON,« h. and d. 29 July 1867. 

ii. Elipiialet IOlkazer Williamson, b. in Indiana 16 Nov. 1868; m. 
at Alma, Kans., 20 Oct. 1892, Lui^ May Riley, b. in Vernon 
Co., Mo., 12 milos northeaflt of Fort Scott, Kans., 22 Feb. 1876, 
dau. of Sulvanion and Angeline (Baker). Children: 1. Ida. 
Pearl* h. near Mineral, 111., 10 May 1894. 2. EmmeU Edward, 
b. near Council Grove, Kane., 6 Dec. 189G. 3. Edna May, b. 
near Council Grove, Kans., 7 Feb. 1898. 4. Waller Sulvanion, 
b. at Strong, Kans., 10 Dec. 1899. 5. Josephine, b. 17 Aug. 
1902; d. 7 Nov. 1902. 6. Wilbert, b. at Strong, Kans., 3 Oct. 
1903. 7. Vera Pauline, b. at Strong, Kans., 3 Oct. 1905. 8. 
R. Haywood, b. at Strong, Kans., 3 Aug. 1907. 
iii. Ulysse.s Grant Lincoln, b. 14 June 1870; d. 29 Sept. 1870. 
iv. Clara Isabel, b. Jan. 1872; d. 4 Mar. 1873. 
V, Nathan Clifford, b. near Alta Vista, Kans., 18 Jan. 1873. 

33. Napoleon Bonaparte^ Holman (Eliphalet,^ Jasper,^ Thomas,* 
Thomas,^ Thomas,^ John^), born at Cincinnati, Ohio, 25 Mar. 
1836, died at Mariners Harbor, Staten Island, N. Y., 23 May 
1908. He married in New York City, 28 Apr. 1876, Ellen 
Agnes Lynch, born at Lismore, co. Waterford, Ireland, 
21 June 1860, daughter of Jeremiah and Margaret (Coleman). 

He served in the Civil War, having enlisted at Cincinnati 
17 Apr. 1861, in Company A, Second Ohio Volunteer Infan- 
try, and being mustered out 9 Aug. 1861. 

Children : 

i. EuPHALET Lafayette,' b. at St. Louis, Mo., 8 Sept. 1877* m. at 
Port Richmond, Staten Island, N. Y., 17 Apr. 1901, KasiNA 
Missic Williams, b. at Mariners Harbor 13 Jan. 1883, dau. of 
Richard and Sarah Adelia (Moore). Child: 1. EliphaLei La^ 
faycUe,* b. at Mariners Harbor 6 July 1902. 

ii. Margaret Bell, b. and d. in 1878. 

iii. Jeremiah Jasper, b. at New Brighton, Staten Island, N.Y., 21 Jan. 
1880; m. at Mariners Harbor, 28 Feb. 1904, Sarah Emma Bur- 
bank, b. at Glen Cove, Long Island, N. Y., 7 May 1887, dau. of 
Moses and Eliza (Bcrrian). Child: 1. Elsie Beatrease,* h. at 
Mariners Harbor 11 Feb. 1906. 

iv. Nelue, b. at New Brighton, Staten Island, N. Y., 21 June 1882; 
m. at West Brighton, Staten Island, N. Y., 24 Dec. 1902, Willlam 
John Francis, b. in co. Cornwall, Eng., 1 June 1879, d. at New 
Brighton 3 Nov. 1903, s. of James Henry and Emily (Wise). 
Child: 1. William John, b. at Mariners Harbor 2 May 1904. 

V. MiLL.\RD Fillmore, b. 9 June 1883; d. 24 Oct. 1891. 

vi. Ag.ves Bell, b. at West Brighton, Staten Island, N. Y., 13 June 
1885; m. at Brooklvn, N. Y., 14 Jan. 1907, Claude Stywalt, b. 
at Richmond. Va., 21 Oct. 1S79, s. of Hvram and Martha Barrett 
(Briley). Child: 1. David, b. at NLariners Harbor 16 Nov. 1907. 

vii. Napoleon Bo.naparte, b. 6 Nov. 1887; d. in Oct. 1888. 

viii. Napoleon Bonaparte, b. 9 Nov. 1888. 

ix. Samuel Bell, b. 26 Oct. 1892; d. 16 July 1895. 

X. George Washington, b. 5 Aug. 1894; d. in Aug. 1894. 

xi. Sarah .\xn, b. 3 Apr. 1896; d. in Nov. 1896. 



1918] Descendants of John flolman 803 

xii. John (twin), b. 10 Aug. 18U7; d. in Aug. 1897. 
xiii. JosEPU (twin), b. 10 Aug. 1807; d. 11 Aug. 1897. 

34. Dr. Henry Ralph' IIolnian (John* Sajniw.l,^ Ehenezer,* 

Samuel,^ Thomas,^ John^), born at Wilbrahani, Mass., 12 June 

1832, was living in 1909. Ho married, 10 July 185G, Carrie 

Almina Churchill, born 30 Aug. 1835, daughter of John 

and Malinda (Barber) of Burlington, Vt. 
Children: 

i. Frederick Auqdstub Cuurchill/ b. at Cincinnati, Ohio, 11 June 
1857; d. at Kansas City, Mo., 25 June 1859. 

ii. Carrie Maud, b. at Kansas City, Mo., 2 Scot. 1859; m. at Worces- 
ter, Maas., 29 Jan. 1884, Frank White NIarshall, b. at Nashua, 
N. IL, 1 June 1859, s. of Isaac Hill and Jane Elizabeth (WTiite). 
Child: 1. Holman Thompson, b. at Sioux City, Iowa, 13 Sept. 
1891. 

iii. Frank Foster, b. 17 Oct. 1861; d. 2 Mar. 1862. 

iv. Dr. Charles IIenderson, b. at Kan.sas City, Mo., 2 Dec. 1862; 
m. in New York City, 10 Feb. 189G, Ida Ix)UI3e Bessell, b. at 
Iloboken, N. J., 28 Oct. 1874, dau. of Charles and Hannah 
(Weston). No children. 

V. Frederick Ralph, b. at Denver, Colo., 15 Mar. 1874; d. near 
Sydney, Au.stralia, 13 Aug. 1902. He was appointed from Iowa 
to the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md., and was 
graduated in the Cla.ss of 1897. He served on the battlesliip 
i exos, under Capt. Philip, in the War with Spain, and was in 
command of a six-inch gun at the Battle of Santiago, 3 July 1898, 
when Cervera's squadron was destroyed. At the time of his 
death he was navigator and executive oflicer on the U. S. S. Celtic. 

35. Edward Dwight^ Holman {Samuel Diuight,* Samuel,^ Ebene- 

zer* Samuel,^ Thomas,^ John^) was born at Springfield, Mass., 
30 Oct. 1850. He married at Brooklyn, N. Y., 15 Oct. 1872, 
Mary Livingston Trott, born at Albany, N. Y., 2 Dec. 
1847, daughter of Benjamin and Mary (Singer). 

Child: 
i. Ralph Henry,' b. 6 Aug. 1875. 

36. Charles Edwin^ Holman (Edwin,* Samuel,^ Ebenezer,* Samuel,* 

Thomas,^ John^) was born at Newton, Mass., 28 Oct. 1846. 
He married at Newton, 28 Sept. 187G, Jane Elizabeth 
Blair, born at Amesbury, Mass., 10 Apr. 1853, daughter of 
George and Mary Ann (Lowey). 

Children, born at Cambridge, Mass. : 
i. Mary Elizabeth,* b. 29 Dec. 1878. 

ii. George Edwin, b. 25 Apr. 1881; d. at ArUngton, Mass., 14 Mar. 
1909. 

37. Rev. William Henry' Holman (Edwin,* Samuel,^ Ehenezer,^ 

Samuel,^ Thomas,- John^), A.B. (Harvard, 1875), was born 
at Newton, Mass., 19 Jan. 1852. He married first, at Newton, 
21 Nov. 1877, Mary Elizabeth Warner, born 10 Nov. 1851, 
died at Newton 22 June 1879, daught<jr of Dea. John and 
Rebecca; secondly, at Newton, 21 Juh' 1880, Clara Erskine 
CoLBURN, born at Milford, ^lass., 31 May 1856, died at 
Southport, Conn., 31 July 1909, daughter of George D wight 
and Anna Frances (Clement) ; and thirdly, at Meadville, Pa., 



304 Descendants of John Holman [Oct. 

5 Apr. 1917, JosEPHiNB Stagg Heydrick, born at Carlton, 
Mercer Co., Pa., 20 Dec. 1873, daughter of Charles William 
and Mary Clark (Ten Brocck). 

After graduating at Harvard William Henry Holman 
studied at the Union Th(M)logical Seminary, New York City, 
and was graduated there in 1877. On 12 June 1878 he was 
installed as pastor of the Ccnigregational Church at South- 
port, Conn., and held this office until Dec. 1915, when he 
resigned. 

Children by second wife, born at Southport: 
i. Maroaret,* a. 13. (Smith College, 1902), b. 22 Apr. 1881; m. at 

Southport, 11 Oct. 1911, Robert S.miley McClelland, B.A. 

(Amherst CoIIcro, 1902), b. at Decatur, 111., 5 May 1880, a. of 

Robert and Mclincia (Feij^ar). Children, b. at Omaha, Nebr.: 1. 

Margaret Smilcv, b. 3 Oct. 1912; d. 8 Oct. 1912. 2. Elizabeth 

Holman, b. 2 Nlar. 1915. 
ii. John Adams, b. 9 Jan. 1883; d. 9 Mar. 1883. 
ill. Rdtii Colburn, A. 13. (Smith College, 1906), b. 26 Sept. 1885; m. 

4 Oct. 1917 George Alfred Sherwood, b. at Southport 31 Jan. 

1883, s. of Frederick Diivis and Ella Ix)uisc (Woods). 
iv. Clara Hemenway, Mus. H. (Vale, 1912), b. 16 Mar. 1887; m. 

1 Oct. 1914 Cecil Wright, b. at Swansea, Maaa., 4 Mar. 1886, 

8. of Rev. Otifl Olney and Annie (Foss). 

38. Alfred Lyman' Holman (Edurin,^ Samuel,^ Ehenezer,^ Samuel,* 
Thomas,^ John^), of Chicago, 111., was born at Newton, Mass., 
28 Dec. 1854. He married, in Chicago, 25 Nov. 1885, Lucy 
. Cecile Hall, born at East Hartford, Conn., 28 July 1851, 
adopted daughter of Rev. E. Edwin Hall of New Haven, 
Conn., and daughter of Henry Erastus and Almeria Sophia 
(Hall) Woodruff. Her parents dying before she was four 
years old, she was adopted by her maternal uncle and took 
his surname. 

Children, bom in Chicago: 

i. Cecile Alexandrine,' b. 30 Aug. 1886. 
ii. Doris Euzabeth, b. 10 July 1888. 

ADDENDUM 
RICHARDSON MINER AND HIS DESCENDANTS 

1. Dea. Richardson* Miner (Nathaji,^ Samuel,* Elnathan* 
Manasseh,^ Thomas^ of Stonington, Conn.), of Stonington, Conn., and 
Colrain, Mass., sadler, was born at Stonington 10 Sept. 1753, the son 
of Nathan and Sarali (Smith), and died at Colrain 19 Mar. 1847. 
He married first, at Hai'tford, Conn., 11 Jan. 1775, Ivatherine* 
Holman (10, i, vide supra, page 288), born, probably at Hartford, 
25 May 1754, died at Colrain 9 May 1829, daughter of Capt. 
Samuel and Mary (Treat); and secondly, at Colrain, in Oct. 
1829, Mrs. Sally (Gould) Seward, daughter of Daniel Gould, 

who married again, some time after Richardson Miner's death, 

Wood of Brattlcboro, Vt., and died at Brattleboro in Feb. 1860. 

Richardson Miner was a soidier in the Revolution, his pension 
record showing that as a member of the militia in 1775 he responded 
to an alarm in Stonington, that he served si.x months in 1776 as a 
private in Capt. Ebenezer Witter's company, Colonel Selden's regi- 



1918] Descendants of John Holman 305 

mcnt, and a month in the spring of 1777 as a private in Capt. John 
Swan's company, that he afterwards joined a cavalry company and 
responded to several alanns, and that he was "enga^^ed in the battles 
during retreats from Ix)n^ Island and New York." For many years 
he was a deacon of the churcli at (volrain. 

Children by first wife, born at Stonington: 

2. i. Samuel Holman,^ b. 21 Mar. 177G. 

ii. Mahy^ b. 9 Apr. 1779; d. at Colrain 27 Oct. 18G3; rn. at Colrain, 
14 Oct. 1804, Aauo.n Lyon.s, b. at Roxbury, Maas., 10 S<'pt. 1780, 
d. at Colrain 3 Nov. 18G3, s. of David and Abigail (Draper). 
Children, b. at Colrain: 1. Altnn, b. 30 Au^. 1805; d. unm. 
6 Sept. 1833. 2. Catherine Cecelia, b. 4 Aug. 1807; d. at North 
Jackson, Pa., 28 Mar. 1848; m. at Colrain, 4 Aug. 1831, Rol>crt 
Miller, b. at Colrain 21 May 1808, d. at North JackHon 23 Mar. 
1871, 8. of Robert and Nancy (Bolton); five children. 3. Seth 
Augustus, b. 29 July 1809; d. at Lanesboro, Pa., 2 Feb. 1880; m. 
22 Jan. 1834 ICsther McKune, b. at Maraakating, N. Y.. 13 Sept. 
1812, d. at Lanesboro 8 Apr. 1888, dau. of Robert and Elizabeth 
(Fowler); three sons, b. at Lanesboro. 4. Gilbert Miner, b. 
29 Aug. 1811; d. unm. 29 Nov. 183G. 5. Mary A.,h.\ Mar. 
1814; d. unm. IS Mar. 1884. G. Daind A., b. 2G Apr. 1816; d. 
at Susquehanna, Pa., 1 Mar. 1881; m. at Lanesboro, Pa., 17 Aug. 
1847, Amelia Eunice Lyons, b. at Great Bend, Pa., 24 Oct. 1824, 
d. at Susquehanna 4 June 1904, dau. of David and Amanda 
(Smith)- two children. 7. Frederick Denison, b. 14 Mar. 1819; 
m. at Whitingham, Vt., 13 Aug. 1851, Mary Amanda Hull, b. at 
Whitingham 21 Sept. 1831, dau. of Emery and Lydia (Chase); 
one daughter. 8. Charles Treat, M.D. (New York University, 
1852), b. 5 Feb. 1822; living at Waverly, N. Y., in 1907; m. at 
Waverly, 28 June 1855, Prudence Barger Smith, b. at Newfield, 
N. Y., 11 Feb. 183G, d. at Waverly 3 Aug. 1907, dau. of Hanford 
and Mary K. (Bagley); one son. 
iii. Martha, b. 8 Dec. 1781 ; d. in Mentz Township, Cajnjga Co., N. Y., 
10 Nov. 1852; m. (1) at Groton, Conn., 2 June 1801, John- 
Miner Daboll, b. at Groton 24 Mar. 1778, d. at Auburn, N. Y., 
3 July 1820, 8. of John and Sarah (Miner); m. (2) 27 Mar. 1821, 
as his second wife, St. Clair Smith, b. at Fort Ann, Washington 

Co., N. Y., d. in Mentz township 30 Mar. 1853, s. of and 

Mary (Bennett).* Children by first husband: 1. Martha Miner, 
b. at Groton 12 Apr. 1803; d. at Detroit, Mich., 16 July 1874; 
m. 9 Nov. 1822 Israel Gee Wood, b. near Newburgh, N. Y.. 
19 Apr. 1797, d. at Syracuse, N. Y., 30 Apr. 1860, s. of Jesse and 
Jerusha (Parrish); sLx children, b. at Auburn. 2. Amanda 
Melvina, b. at Groton 13 Apr. 1806; d. at Adrian, Mich., 24 Aug. 
1883; m. at Auburn, 31 Aug. 1826, Morgan Lewis Robinson, b. 
at Springport, N. Y., 27 Feb. 1804, d. at T^tc, near Seneca Fadls, 
N. Y., 21 Mar. 1841, e. of Giles and Abigail (Grandy); seven 
children. 3. John Richardson, b. at Groton 6 Sept. 1808; d. at 
Adrian, Mich., 22 Oct. 1900; m. at Tyre, N. Y., 28 Feb. 1833, 
Sarah Guernsey Russell, b. at Tyre 20 Apr. 1817, d. at Adrian 
1 Aug. 1896, dau. of Abial and Margaret (Potter); six children. 
4. Adelia Katherine, b. at Groton 1 Oct. 1810; d. at Shortsville, 
N. Y., 31 Jan. 1885; m. at Aurelius, N. Y., 30 Jan. 1827, Phineas 
Lvman Woodruff, b. 5 Oct. 1804, d. at Shortsville 6 Dec. 1887, s. 
oi James and Hannah (Hough); three children. 5. Sarah Miner, 
b. at Aurelius, N. Y., 25 Dec. 1813; d. near Cheshire, Ontario Co., 
N. Y., 15 Mar. 1854; m. 14 Mar. 1844, as his second wife, Oliver 
Svkes Larned, b. at Suffield, Conn., 1 Oct. 1810, d. at Richmond 
Mills, Ontario Co., N. Y., 5 Nov. 1891, s. of John and Chloe 

• St. Clair Smith married (1) Elizabeth Montgomery, by whom he had five children, 
three sona and two daughters. 



306 Descendants of John Ilolman [Oct. 

(Sykcfl);* two children, b. at CanandaiKua, N. Y. 0. lihoda, h. 
at Mcntz 8 Au^. 1810- d. unm. at Victory, Cayuga ()o., N. Y., 
22 June 1845. Child by 8<;cond huflbund: 7. Elizabeth A., b. at 
Aureliua, N. Y., 9 Feb. 1823; d. «.p. at Itock Island, 111., 5 May 
1845; m. at Mentz, 1 Oct. 1843, James S. Spencer, who d. at Ilock 
Island 9 July 1845. 

iv. Katiieuink, b. 14 Mar. 1785; d. unm. at Colrain 25 July 1822. 

V. Saiiah, b. 13 Apr. 1787; d. at East Smithfield, Pa., 27 Dec. 1883; 
m. at Colniin, 23 Sept. 1813, Stephen Randall, b. at Itochentcr, 
Mass., 9 Dec. 1788, d. at East Smithfield 9 Oct. 1852. Children, 
born ut Kjist Smithfield: 1. Richardson Miner, b. 10 Dec. 1814; 
d. at Elkhart, Ind., 13 May 1884; m. at East Smithfield 20 Oct. 
1839, Caroline Watson, b. at Green, Chenango Co., N. Y., 2 Apr. 
1821, d. at Elkhart 28 Oct. 1881, dau. of John and Isabel (Dyer); 
seven children. 2, Catherine Ilolman, b. 14 Oct. 1816; d. at 
East Smithfield 15 Feb. 1892; m. at East Smithfield, 7 June 1853, 
Lyman Earaes, b. at East Smithfield 12 Sept. 1810, d. there 
12 Mar. 1892, s. of Joshua and Lois (Chaffee); two children, b. 
at Eiist Smithfield. 3. Louisa, b. 10 Oct. 1818; d. at Mansfield, 
Pa., 20 Nov. 1897; m. at Ejist Smithfield, 1 Jan. 1849, Truman 
Graves, b. at Berlin, N. Y., 18 Apr. 1818, d. at Mansfield 3 Mar. 
1900, s, of Cyrus and Mary (Tucker): three children. 4. Gilbert, 
b. 19 Oct. 1820; d. at East Smithfield 18 July 1863; m. at East 
Smithfield, 7 May 1846, Susan Amanda Jones, b. at East Smith- 
field 27 Apr. 1821, d. at Lambs Creek, Pa., 5 Dec. 1895, dau. of 
Abraham and Susannah (Stacey); two diaughters. 5. Harriet 
Newell, b. 12 July 1823; d. at East Smithfield 24 May 1871; m. 
at East Smithfield, 20 Oct. 1842, George \V. H. Crowell, b. at 
East Smithfield 15 Oct. 1820, d. at Canton, Pa., 30 May 1871, b. 
of Uezekiah and Mary (Higgins); four children, b. at Springfield, 
Pa. 6. Stephen Judson, b. 8 May 1825; d. at Muscoda, Wis., 
22 June 1899; in. (1) at Spencer, Tioga Co., N. Y., 23 Oct. 1851, 
Emma Ferris, b. at Spencer 8 Nov. 1833, d. at Orion, Wis., 
25 Aug. 1857, dau. of Stephen and Deborah (Mosher); m. (2) at 
Orion, 30 May 1859, Mary llobison Simmons, b. in Henry Co., 
Ind., 12 June 1840, dau. of David Pervoce and Sarah Ann (Groee); 
one daughter by first wife, three daughters by second wife. 

3. vi. Gilbert Smith, b. 9 Feb. 1792. 

2, Samuel Holman^ Miner (Richardson^), born at Stonington, 
Conn., 21 Mar. 1776, died at East Smithfield, Pa., 18 Feb. 
1863. He married at East Smithfield Anna Avery, born at 
Groton, Conn., 25 Oct. 1777, died at Monroe, Wis., 11 Feb. 
1870, daughter of Thomas and Hannah (Smith). 
Children: 

4. i. Austin,' b. at Stonington 24 Sept. 1800. 

ii. Hannah, b. at Colrain, Mass., 7 Feb. 1802; d. at Burlingame, 
Kans., 13 Mar. 1902; m. at Halifax, Vt., 8 May 1827, Samuel 
NiLES, b. at Halifax 21 Mar. 1804, d. at Burlingame 14 Mar. 
1891, 8. of Samuel and Freedom (Hale). Children, the first six 
born at Halifax, Vt., the others at East Smithfield, Pa.: 1. Nancy 
Lavinia, b. 19 Dec. 1828; living at East Smithfield in 1909* m. 
at East Smithfield, 20 Oct. 1858, Lark Bird, farmer, b. at East 
Smithfield 18 Feb. 1820, d. there 22 Feb. 1S94, s. of John and 
Mary Miller (Harkness) (Sumner); two children, b. at East 
Smithfield. 2. Lucy Tucker, b. 9 Feb. 1830; d. 9 Oct. 1833. 3. 

• Oliver Sykcs Larned married (1) at Agawara, Mass.. 19 Apr. IS32, Sarah Ball 
Worthington, born at Agawnm 19 F^b. 1812, died at Canandaigua. N. Y.. 13 .\pr. 
1843, daughter of David; married (3) at Canandaigua. 12 Sept. 1855 or 1856, Lucinda 
H. Wheeler, boru 31 July 1831, from whom he was divorced about 1864; married (4) 

at Lima. N. Y.. . He had one son and three daughters by his first wife and one 

son by his third wife. 



1918] Descendants of John Holman 307 

Hannah Cornelia, h. 5 Oct. 1831; d. unm. at P^t Smithfiold 
5 Apr. 18(K). 4. II(yrac€ Snmwl, b. 2 Jan. IH.'i.'J; d. at Hould.-r, 
Colo., 20 Apr. I'JOO; m. ut Ea«t Sinitlififid, 20 (Jet. 1858, Clan.-vsa 
Orton Phcl^)rt, l>. at Ea«t Smithfield 12 Feb. 1832, dau. of Auguii- 
tu8 and Abigail (Hackott); Hcrved in the Civil War, having cn- 
liHted 12 Dec. 1804 as firnt sergeant in iky. K, Ist Minn(;0ota Vol. 
HeAvy Artillery, and remained in the Army nine months; wjven 
children. 5. A/riry Jam', b. 28 Sept. 18.34; d. «.p. at East Stnith- 
field 25 Julv 1871; m. at East Smithfield, 21) Nov. 1854, Wilhird 
Abraham Wood, b. at Ejust Smithfield 13 Mar. 1831, d. there 3 
June 1890, 8. of Abraham and Electa (FariLsworth). G. Olive 
Ann, b. 4 July 1837; d. at Burlingame, Kan.s., 28 July 1870* m. 
at East Smithfield, 11 Nov. 18G3, Henry Clay Scott,' b. at East 
Smithfield 17 Apr. 1831, d. at iiurlingame 18 Nov. 1908, s. of 
AiMihel and Malinda (Sherman); three children. 7. Freedom 
Hale, b. 25 Dec. 1839; living at liurlingame, Kan.s., in 1907: m. 
at Ejiat Smithfield, 12 Feb. 1802, Clinton Ezra Wrxxl, b. at East 
Smithfield 8 May 1832, d. at Burlingame G (Jet. 1904, s. of Ezra 
and Lucy (Ilackctt); no children. 8. Elbert Sanford (twin), b. 
10 Oct. 1842; d. at Burlingame, Kans. 29 Nov. 189G; m.at East 
Smithfield, 10 Oct. 18GG, Emma A. Smith, b. at Springfield, Pa., 9 
Sept. 1842, dau. of Harry B. and Elmira (Gates); three children. 
9. Ellen Maria (twin), b. 10 Oct. 1842; d. 18 June 1844. 
iii. Nancy, b. at Colrain, Mass., 3 Aug. 1803; d. at East Charlotte, Vt., 
17 Feb. 1894; m. at Halifax, Vt., 13 Jan. 1825, Joshua Harris 
b. at Halifax 16 June 1801, d. there 16 Apr. 1878, s. of Joshua and 
Clarissa (Scott). Children, b. at Halifax: 1. Joshua Avery, b. 
26 Feb. 1826; living at East Cliarlotte in 1908; m. at Brattle- 
boro, Vt., 14 Sept. 1853, Hannah Hawcs Dudley, b. at Brattlo- 
boro 7 Feb. 1830, d. at East Charlotte 7 Apr. 1908, dau. of Bena- 
iah and Patience (Harris) ; six children, b. at Halifax. 2. Harvey, 
b. 3 Dec. 1827; d. 16 Oct. 1829. 3. Lorenzo, b. 6 Aug. 1829; d. 
at Brattleboro, Vt., 24 May 1901; m. (1) at Brattleboro, 1 Mar. 
1860, Mrs. Mary Louise (Burt) Smith, b. at Townshend, Vt.. 
30 Aug. 1837, d. at Brattleboro 27 Sept. 1894, dau. of Warner and 
Mary (Austin); m. (2) at Brattleboro, 27 Sept. 1895, Mrs. Eliza- 
beth (Fuller) Wright, dau. of James and Betsey (Ayers); one eon 
by first wife, b. at Halifax. 4. Louisa Nancy, b. 27 Apr. 1831; 
d. at Readsboro, Vt., 26 Feb. 1873; m. at HaliJfax, 25 June 1853, 
Amos Harvey Tucker, b. at Halifax 3 Jan. 1822, d. at Lunenburg, 
Mass., 4 Apr. 1900, s. of Amos and Amanda (Jones); four chil- 
dren, b. at Halifax. 5. EUioU, b. 29 Dec. 1832; d. at Halifax 
9 June 1883; m. at Amherst, iVIass., 1 June 1867, Ellen Kelsey, 
b. at Brattleboro, Vt., 25 Oct. 1832, d. at West Halifax, Vt., 
30 Apr. 1884, dau. of Aaron and Hannah (Harris); two sons, b. 
at Halifax. 6. Albert licuben, b. 25 Feb. 1834; d. at Brattle- 
boro, Vt.. 11 Mar. 1906; m. at Halifax, 10 Oct. 1856, Francelia 
Mary Nilcs, b. at- Halifax 12 July 1837, d. at Brattleboro 26 Mar. 



1903, dau. of Oliver Perr 
at Halifax. 7. Clarissa, 



y and Louisi\ (Fish); three children, b. 
b. 8 Aug. 1835; d. at Wilmington, Vt., 
8 Feb. 1874- m. (1) 5 May 1860 Stephen Brainard Nilcs, b. at 
Halifax 7 Nov. 1835, killed in the Battle of Lee's Mills, Va., 
16 Apr. 1862, while serving as a private in Ck). I, 4th Vermont 
Regt., 8. of James and Sarah (Tucker); ra. (2) at Halifax, in 1871, 
Wilson Mills Winchester, b. at Marlboro. Vt., 26 Jan. 1822, d. at 
Wilmington, Vt.. 24 July 1882, s. of Carley and Patty (Barrett); 
one son by first uusband, b. at Halifax. 
iv. Mary, b. at Ckjlrain, Mass., 20 July 1806; d. at Buffalo, N. Y., 
12 June 1876; m. at Halifa.x, Vt., 27 Nov. 1S2S, Chandler Otis, 
b. at Marlboro, Vt.. 6 Apr. 1803, d. at Troy, N. Y., 25 Feb. 1854, 
8. of Stephen ana Phebe (Gl^Ti). Children: 1. Maj. George 

• Henry Clay Scott served two years in the Civil War as a member of the 23d New 
York Vol. Infantry. 

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308 Descendant of John llolman [Oct. 

llolman, h. at Halifax 27 Jan. 1830; d. at Troy 24 Mar. 19O0; 
m. (1) at UochcMU-T, N. Y., G S<.'i)t. 1853, Cordelia Swift Babcock, 
b. at Newark, N. J., 17 Feb. 1830, d. at Trov 14 Dec. 1882, dau. 
of Timothy and Julia (I'urdv); in. (2) at LaiwiriKburK, N. Y.. 
24 Apr. 1884, Mrn. Marian (IJowerH) Van Arnuin, b. in England 
in Oct. 1841, d. at Troy 28 June 11)00, dau. of William and Martha 
(Kidd); 84'rved in tiie Civil War au captain of (Jo. C, 2d New 
York Volunteers, and later a.s nnijor in (ieneral llooker'H division, 
and, being proMlrated by fever after the Battle of Fair Oaks, wa« 
obhged to retiign from the service; two children by firet wife, b. 
at Troy. 2. Lieul.-Col. Charles Gilbert, b. at Troy 11 May 1832; 
d. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 8 Aug. 1893; m. at Troy, 20 Sept. 1850, 
Frances Enunaline Downing, b. at Troy 2 Feb. 1833, d. at Brook- 
lyn 8 Feb. 1890, dau. of Charlea M. and Clarii^a (Gregory); 
Hcrved throughout the Civil War, having enliiitcd at Troy ajs an 
officer in the 2d New York Volunteers and, after hLs first enlist- 
ment expired, returning to Troy and being instrumental in raising 
the John A. Clriawold l^glit Cavalry, of which he was lieutenant- 
colonel until the clost; of the War; six children. 3. Mary Eliza- 
beth, b. at Troy 15 July 184G; m. at Troy, Jan. 1870, S<jlomon 
Theodore Drullard, b. at Bullalo 3 Nov. 1840, a. of George and 
Eliza (Sloason); three daughters, b. at Buffalo. 

V. Elbeut, b. in Jan. 1808; d.3 Feb. 1808, aged4weekfl. 

vi. TuoMAS 11., b. 1 Nov. 1809; d. 4 Mar. 1827. 

vii. Sarah Elizabeth, b. 13 Dec. 1812; d. 27 Nov. 1814. 
5. viii. Samuel Eldekt, b. at West Halifax, Vt., 13 Dec. 1815. 

ix. OuvE, b. 11 July 1819; d. 11 Jan. 1820. 

3. Gilbert Smith^ Miner {Richardson^), born at Stonington, 
Conn., 9 Feb. 1792, died at Colrain, Mass., 2 Jan. 1865. He 
married at Chesterfield, N. H., 17 May 1814, Betsey Lyons, 
born at Colrain 22 Aug. 1793, died there 26 Feb. 1871, daugh- 
ter of Jerre and Mary (Richards). 
Children, born at Colrain: 

i. Maky Ricuards,* b. 16 May 1815; d. at Keokuk, Iowa, 29 Sept. 
1882; m. at Colrain, 13 Oct. 1835. Joel Augustus HaLl, b. at 
Charlcmont, Mass., 4 July 1813, a. at Glen Cove, Long Island. 
N. Y., 4 Dec. 1881, s. of Joel and Lucretia (Street). lie served 
in the Civil War as colonel of a volunteer regiment called the Silver 
Grays. Child: 1. Celeste Mary Augiista, b. at Charlemont 
22 Nov. 1837; d. at New Rochclle, N. Y., 17 June 1908; m. at 
Keokuk, 25 Oct. 1860, Dr. Charles Henry Winslow, b. at Charle- 
mont 5 Aug. 1831, d. at New Rochellc 30 Apr. 1904, s. of George 
and Harriet (Severance); two sons. b. at Keokuk. 

ii. ElizabetuSuepard, b. 8 July 1817; d. at Greenfield, Mass., 18 Nov. 
1897; m. at Coh-ain, 7 Sept. 1837, Joel Wilson, b. at Spencer, 
Mass., 20 Oct. 1811, d. at Greenfield 18 Mar. 1884, a. of Joseph 
and Martha (Draper). Child: 1. Joel Gilbert, b. at Colrain 
1 Nov. 1840; d. at Springfield, Mass., 25 July 1SS5; m. in 
Boston, 11 Julv 1865, Mary Abigail Brainerd, b. at China, Me., 
4 Auc. 1845, dau. of Dr. James Hazelton and Priscilla Hamlin 
(Chadwick); three children. 

iii. SoPHRONiA Augusta, b. 23 Aug. 1820; d. at Colrain 25 Aug. 1883; 
m. there, 24 Nov. 1842, Charles Shearer, b. at Shelbume, 
Mass., 25 Apr. 1818, d. at Colrain 9 Dec. 1894, s. of Thomas and 
Margaret (Miller). Children: 1. Augusta Cornelia, b. at Col- 
rain 8 Aug. 1843; d. at Millers Falls, Mass , 1 June 1909; m. at 
Shelbume Falls, Mass., 22 Oct. 1S66, Alpheus Brown Parker b. 
at Whitingham, Vt., 20 July 1841, s. of Flavel and Ahna (Field);* 

• Alpheus Brown Parker served in the Civil War, being mustered into the service 
aa a member of Co. G, 10th Massachusetts Volunteers, 21 June 1S61. He waa dis- 
charged 18 Nov. 1S63, having been shot through both hips and crippled for Ufe. 



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1918] Descendants of John Ilolman 309 

two cliildren, b. at Greenfield, MaflH. 2. Mary Elizabeth, h. at 
Halifax, Vt., 10 Jan. 1H4.S; unin. 3. ChirUs Auguslwt, h. at 
Halifax, Vt., 17 Jan. 18ol; unrn. 4. Frank Thutnax, \i. at Col- 
rain 4 Apr. 18G0; ni. at lirjiltleboro, Vt., 13 June 1887, Kmily 
Blanche Steers, b. in I><jn<loi», lOn^., 12 Mar. 18G7, dau. of William 
and lOrnily (Davis); no children, 
iv. K.MiLY HoLMAN, b. 28 Feb. 1823; d. unm. 16 Oct. 1842. 

6. V. Alonzo Gilukut, b. 11 Feb. 1826. 

vi. Nancy Mkmsha, I). 19 Sept. 1828; d. at Colrain 12 Auk- 1850; m. 

at Hratthiboro, Vt., 24 Oct. 1848, Lutiiku Bauuku Stkwakt,' b. 

at Colrain 28 May 1824, a. of Luther and Belinda (Barber). 

Child: 1. Rosclla Elizabeth, b. at I>eyden, Miuss., 8 May 1850; m. 

at Sherbrooke, \\ Q., 5 Aug. 1874, Patrick Henry Murrav, b. in 

Ireland 17 Mar. 1849, d. at Chicopee, Maas., 25 Dec. 1893; no 

children, 
vii. Jeuue Lorenzo, b. 6 Sept. 1831; d. unm. 7 Mar. 1897. 

4. Austin' Miner (Samuel Holman,'^ Richardson^), born at Ston- 

ington, Conn., 24 Sept. 1800, died at East Smithfield, Pa., 
5 Apr. 18GG. He married at Halifax, Vt., 11 Jan. 1826, 
Relief Haven, born at Halifax 20 Aug. 1799, died at Madi- 
son, Wis., 29 Mar. 1895, daughter of Elijah and Relief. 

Children: 
i. Gilbert Prentice,' b. at Halifax 14 Dec. 1826; d. 3 Sept. 1828. 

7. ii. Henry Austin, b. at Halifax 1 July 1829. 

iii. Mary Jane, b. at Halifax 14 June 1831; d. 7 May 1837. 

8. iv. Samuel IUven, b. at East Smithfield 15 Oct. 1838. 

5. Samuel Elbert' Miner (Sarnuel Hohnan,"^ Richardson^), bom 

at West Hahfax, Vt., 13 Dec. 1815, died at Gihnan City, Mo., 
20 June 1904. He married first, at Oriskany, N. Y., 18 Aug. 
1843, Maria Catherine Kelley, born at Sharon, N. Y., 
3 Jan. 1820, died at Brodhead, Wis., 26 July 1861, daughter 
of William and Gertrude (Becker); secondly, in 1862, Mrs. 
Lucy H. Evans of Smithfield, Pa., who died in 1869; and 
thirdly, in 1870, Olive E. Haven, who died in 1880, sister of 
his second wife. 

Children by first wife: 
i. Charles Elbert,' b. at Madison, Wis., 4 June 1844; killed in 
action at Gettysburg, Pa^ 3 July 18G3, He enlisted in the 7th 
Michigan Cavalry, under General Custer, in the winter of 1862-3, 
and was the ranking sergeant of his company. He was killed in 
the Battle of Gettysburg, while acting as commander of his 
company, on the right wing of the Union Army, in a charge 
against Gen. Wade Hampton's cavalry; and he is buried in the 
National Cemetery at Gettysburg. 

9. ii. Edgar Samuel, b. at Madison, Wis.^ 19 June 1846. 

iii. George Edward, b. at Elkhom, W is., 23 Nov. 1848; d. 26 July 
1850. 

iv. Ellen Matilda, b. at Elkhom, Wis., 7 Oct. 1850; d. 11 Feb. 1868. 

v. Frances Maria, b. at Wyoceua, Wis., 14 June 1853; m. at New 
Hampton, Mo., 29 Oct. 1SS3, GEoi«:fE Asa Richardson, b. at 
Monroe, Wis., 28 May 1S52, s. of Asa and Phoebe Ann (Watson). 
Children, the first four b. at Lawrence, Kans., the others at Ridge- 
way, Mo.: 1. Asa Verne, b. 6 Nov. 1884. 2. EUa May, b. 

• Luther Barber Stewart married (2) at Colrain, 6 Mar. 1851, Esther Survia Shep- 
ardson, daughter of Horatio and Sophia (Brown); married (3) in Philadelphia, Pa., 
25 Dec. 1S90, Sarah Taj'lor, daughter of John and Matilda (Holliday). He had one 
8on by his second wife. 



310 Descendants of John Ilolman [Oct. 

15 May 1886. 3. Gcorffe Miner, b. 9 iScnt. 1888; d. 7 Sept. 1889. 

4. Fannie Mina, h. 2\ Jan. IHIKJ. 5. Flora Almn, b. Oct. 1892. 
G. Edwyl Kmral, b. 14 June 1894. 

vi. Anna Mahy, b. at Wyocena, Wia., 28 Dec. 1854; in. at Monroe, 
Wia., 9 Mar. 1879, Benjamin Frankun Bakeh. b. at Mt. 
Plea«ant, Wih.. 31 Mar. 1857, s. of Benjamin Cornell and Lydia 
(Case). Chil(lren. the firat three b. at Mt. I'leaiiant, Wis., t!ic 
otherH at Clear I-AKe, Iowa: 1. CharU-a Ixi Vernt, b. 2'J Jan. 1880; 
ni. at Clear I.ake, IG Dec. 1903, Gertrude J. Wibfjn, b. at New 
Hampton, Iowa, 11 Mar. 1881. dau. of Charles Irwin and Lucy 
Maria (llice). 2. ElbcrL Case, b. 20 Dec. 1881; d. 25 Dec. 1884. 
3. Ray Miles, b. 10 Sept. 1884. 4. Bessie Viora, b. 27 Dec. 1887. 

5. Vivian G lady 3, b. G Jan. 1893. 

vii. Etta Alice, b. at Wyocona, Wia., 26 Oct. 1858; m. at Monroe, 
Wis., 15 June 1884, Frederick William Stump, b. at Itichville, 
Ohio, 11 Dec. 1851, a. of Levi and Margaret (Ilouiih). Children, 
the first four b. at Kedfield, S. Dak.: 1. Elbert Miner, b. 28 Oct. 
1885. 2. MyrUc Margaret, b. 19 Dec. 1886; d. 28 Mar. 1896. 3. 
Leila Charlotte, b. 23 May 1888. 4. William Avery, b. 19 Aug. 
1890. 5. Etta Victoria, b. at Artesian, S. Dak., 7 Jan. 1892. 6. 
Rose Genevra, b. at VVentworth, S. Dak., 21 July 1895. 

10. viii. William Avery, b. at Brodhe^d, Wis., 8 May 1861. 

6. Alonzo Gilbert* Miner {Gilbert Smith,'' Richardson*), bom at 

Colrain, Mass., 11 Feb. 1826, died at Greenfield, Mass., 
4 Dec. 1908. He married at Guilford, Vt., 5 June 1849, 
SiBTL Amanda Shepardson, born at Colrain 29 June 1831, 
died at Greenfield 25 Apr. 1892, daughter of Horatio J. and 
Sophia (Brown). 

Children : 
i. RossY Euzadetu Amanda," b. at Colrain 14 Mar. 1850; unm. 

11. ii. Clarence Horatio Gilbert, b. at Colrain 28 Mar. 1852. 

iii. Carroll Alonzo Lyons, b. at Colrain 18 July 1854; ra. at Weat 
Springfield, Mass., 20 Feb. 1879, Mary Pomeroy Dickinson, b. 
at St. Charles, 111., 8 Apr. 1858, dau. of Alfred Erasmus and Emily 
(Blake). No children. 

iv. Lillian Eugenia Sophia, b. at Greenfield 18 Apr. 1857; d. there 
4 Sept. 1885- m. there, 27 Nov. 1879, Meriull Pease Reed, b. 
at \Vhatcly, Mass., 4 Sept. 1854, s, of George and Helen (Pease). 
He m. (2) at Redondo, Cal., 11 July 1890, Margaret Rachel 
McCormick. Children: 1. Merrill Alonzo, b. at Greenfield 30 

Aug. 1880; m. . 2. Clarence Robert, b. at Greenfield 

8 Jan. 1882; m. at Newport, R. I., 27 Sept. 1909, Mary May 
Murphy, b. at Cork, Ire., 20 May 1883, dau. of James; one son, 
b. at Newport. 3. Beulah Bessie, b. at Brightwood, Mass., 
25 Aug. 1884; m. at San Beniardino, Cal., 5 Nov. 1906, Robert 
Ford Cliiie, b. at WjTuore, Nebr., 12 July 1881, 8. of Thomas 
Abraham and Olive (Ford). 4. Gilbert Eugene, b. at Greenfield 
3 Sept. 1885; d. 8 Sept. 1885. 

7. Rev. Henry Austin' Miner {Austin,^ Samuel Ilolman,'' Rich- 

ardso7i^) was born at HaUfax, Vt., 1 July 1829. He married 
at South Walpole, Mass., 9 Aug. 1858, Harriet Pond Rice, 
bom at Auburn, Mass., 27 Aug. 1831, daughter of Samuel and 
Mar>' Snow (Pond). 

Children : 
i. Charles Henry," b. at Menaaha, Wia., 16 May 1859; d. 13 Feb. 

1863. 
ii. WiLLia Haven, b. at Menasha, Wis., 5 Mar. 1863; m. at Caatleton, 

N. Dak., 19 Feb. 1895, Hattle Luella Fisher, b. at Menaaha 



1918] Descendants of John Ilolman 311 

17 Dec. 1869, dau. of Carlton Myron and Mary A. (Taylor). 
No children. 

iii. Jennie Pond, b. at Mena.«?ha, Wis., 8 July 1800; m. at Madwon, 
Wifl., 10 June 1890, Ai/)Nzo John Cohurn, 1>. at Dcdham, Mam., 
20 Apr. 1800, 8. of Wiliiuin CroHHcoinb and MarKuret Gardiner 
(Thompson). Child: 1. Miner TfiompHon, h. at MadiAOD 13 
Mar. 1898. 

iv. Handel Pond, b. at ColumbuH, Wi.s., 30 Nov. 1873; d. 3 Nov. 1881. 

8. Samuel Haven* Miner {Austin,^ Samuel Ilolman,^ Richard- 

son'^), bom at East Smithficld, Pa., 15 Oct. 1838, died at 
Candor, N. Y., llJune 1871. He married at Candor, 30 Dec. 
• 18G1, Mary Eliza Ross, born at Candor 3 Aug. 1842, died at 
Cortland, N. Y., 2 Mar. 190G, daughter of Erastus and Mary 
E. (Strait). 

Child: 
i. Coral Henry," b. at East Smithfield 20 Feb. 1800; m. at Ck)rtland 

Ella Grace Earsley, b. at Caroline, N. Y., 31 Oct. 1809, dau. 

of Nathan Bailey and Lovica (Gleason). Cliild: 1. Iva Sfay,^^ 

b. at Cortland 22 Aug. 1892. 

9. Edgar Samuel' Miner {Samuel EWert,^ Samuel Holman,^ 

Richardson^) was born at Madison, Wis., 19 June 1846. He 
married at Monroe, Wis., 15 Oct. 1867, Mina Gardner, bom 
at Monroe 27 May 1849, daughter of Elijah Temple and 
Elizabeth (Stevenson). 

He served in the Civil War for about two years, 1863- 
1865, as private and corporal in the First Wisconsin Cavalry, 
under General Wilson. 

Children : 

i. Daisy Gertrude,'" b. at Monroe 30 June 1809; m. at Bethany, 
Mo., 28 Dec. 1880, Edwin Mortimer Crossan, b. at Macon, 
Mo., 17 Nov. 1800, 8. of Campbell and Lucy (BLshcrer). Chil- 
dren: 1. Chorline Ermina, b. 30 Jan. 1888. 2. Laurence Miner, 
b. 29 Oct. 1889. 

ii. Shirley Gardner, b. at Bethany, Mo., 24 Jan. 1885. 

10. William Avery* Miner {Samuel Elbert,^ Samuel Holman,^ 

Richardson^) was born at Brodhead, Wis., 8 May 1861. He 
married at Bethany, Mo., 18 Mar. 1883, Martha Asbt 
Spencer, born at Eagleville, Mo., 19 Nov. 1856, daughter of 
John and Rachel (Alley). 
Children : 

i. Charles Frees," b. at New Hampton, Mo., 10 Feb. 1884. 
ii. Elbert Spencer, b. at Ridgeway, Mo., 11 Sept. 1885. 
iii. Erwin Avery, b. at Ridgeway, Mo., 10 Jan. 1894. 

11. Clarence Horatio Gilbert^ Miner {Alonzo Gilbert,^ Gilbert 

Smith,"^ Richardson^) was born at Colrain, Mass., 28 Alar. 
1852. He married at Greenfield, Mass., 22 Apr. 1880, Jennie 
May McFarland, born at Greenfield 4 Jan. 1858, daughter 
of John and Nancy (Black). 

Child: 
i. Leroy Matthew Simpson,'*' b. in Chicago, III., 13 Apr. 1882. 



312 DescendanUi of Richard Seymour [Oct. 

RICHARD SEYMOUR OF HARTFORD AND NORWALK, 
CONN, AND SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS 

Communicated by Setmour MoRnis of Chicago, III. 
(Continued from page 223) 

14. Matthew* Seymour {Ca'pt. Matthew,* Thomas,^ Richard^), of 

Ridgcfield, Conn, born at Norwalk, Conn, about 1090 and 
baptized in the church at Fairfield, Conn, 7 Oct. 1694, died 
at Ridgefield 30 Apr. 17G8, in his 77th year. He married at 
Ilidgeficld, 14 June 1722, Hannah S.mith, baptized at Milford, 
Conn., 24 Oct. 1703, hving in 176G, when her husband made 
his will, daughter af Thomas' (John,^ John*) and Hannah 
(Camp). 

Matthew Seymour was a resident of Ridgefield as early as 
1716, according to a deed in which his father, Matthew of 
Norwalk, who was one of the proprietors of Ridgefield, gave 
to the son all right to all his lands in Ridgefield. In his will, 
dated 26 June 1766 and proved 7 June 1768, Matthew Sey- 
mour names wife Hannah, daughter Hannah Keeler, and 
sons Matthew and Thomas Seymour. To his wife Hannah 
he bequeaths the "use and Improvment of my Negro Girl 
named Ellin.* During the Natural Life of my s<* Wife," 
after which said negro girl is given to the testator's daughter, 
Hannah Keeler. To his son Matthew, "on account of his 
Birth Right," he gives five acres of meadow land which he 
hath in part cleared. 

Children, born at Ridgefield: 

36. i. Matthew,* b. 7 Apr. 1723. 

37. ii. Thomas, b. abt. 1728. 

ill. Hannah, b. 15 Nov. 1737; d. at RidRcfield 24 Oct. 1S06; m. at 
Ridgefield, 15 Jan. 1764, Jehemiah* Keeler, b. at Ridgrfield 
14 Anr. 1733, d. there 17 Apr. 17S0 s. of Tiniothy' (Samuel,' 
Ralph') and Abigail (Osborne). Chilaren: 1. Hannah, b. 6 July 
1765; d. 30 July 1765. 2. Jeremiah, b. 6 Dec. 1766; m. 20 Mar. 
1792 Sarah St. John. 3. //anmiA, b. 14 July 1770. i. Thadd4:u3, 
b. 28 June 1778; m. Esther St, John, sister of the wife of hia 
brother Jeremiah. 

15. Samuel* SE^i-MOUu (Capt. Matthew,^ Thomas,^ Richard^), of New 

Canaan Parish, Norwalk, Conn., born at Norwalk and bap- 
tized in the church at Fairfield, Conn., 17 Nov. 1694, died 
about 1754. He married Mary Lyon, daughter of Andrew 
and Mary of Norwalk. 

Saniuel Se^inour settled in New Canaan Parish, Nonvalk, 
and resided there until his death. In his will, dated 22 Nov. 
1753 and proved 5 Feb. 1754, he describes him.^clf as "being 
something Advanced in Age,'; and bequeaths his property to 
wife Mary, son Samuel, sons Andrew and Thaddeus (both 
under age), two daughters, Mary, wife of James Talmadge, 

* The births of tho children of "Tamar >• Servant woman of Mntt* Seymer" are 
recorded in the Ridgefield t^^wn records. Thoir names were Pegg. Eliiabeth, Dover, 
Betty, Allen (probably the Ellin named above). Naomi, Abigail, acd twins who died 
imxx&med. 



1918] Descendants of Richard Seymour 313 

and Anne, wife of Peter Ilustcd, and grandson Seymour Fitch. 

lie appoints his wife Mary, his brother Thomas Seymour, and 

his nephew Ebcnezer Seymour, son of his brother Thomas, as 

executors. 

Children (order unknown) : 

i. A DAUGHTER,' who probably m. Lyndall Fitch, who d. at New Ca- 
naan 24 Mar. 1773, aRod fjC ycarH. Child: 1. Seymour, bapt. at 
New Canaan 27 June 1742; d. there 24 Apr. 1799; rn. (1) 7 Apr. 

17G3 Elizabeth Hoyt; m. (2) Sarah , who d. in 1783; m. 

(3) 17 July 1783 Patty St. John. 

ii. Makv, m. at Norwalk, 31 Dec. 1741, Jame.s* Talmadoe, b. at Stam- 
ford, Conn., 10 Sent. 1721, d. at New Canaan 8 Dec. 1797, s. of 
Thomas* (Eno.s,* Robert,' Thomas') and Su-sanna (Weed). In 
his will, dated 24 Aur. 1787 and proved 7 Feb. 1798, he naraea 
wife Mary, sons James (decea.sed), Seymour, and Jonathan, and 
daughters Jane, wife of John White of St. John, N. B., and Han- 
nah, wife of Isaac Weed of Greenwich (Conn.). Children, bapt. 
at New Canaan: 1. Hannah, bapt. 2 Jan. 1743: d. young. 2. 
Jane, bapt. 29 Dec. 1745; m. 5 Feb. 1767 John White. 3. Sarah, 
bapt. 15 Oct. 1749. 4. James, bapt. 28 June 1752. 5. Seymour, 
bapt. 15 June 1755; m. 7 Apr. 1774 Sarah Hoyt. 6. Jonathan, 
bant. 12 Nov. 1758; m. 13 Mar. 1783 Hannah Weed. 7. Han- 
nah, bapt. 30 Aup;. 17G1; m. Isaac Weed. 

iii. Anne, b. abt. 1729; d. at New Canaan 10 Sept. 1784, aged 55; 
m. there, 23 Oct. 1746, Peter Husted, who d. at New Canaan in 
Sept. 1783. Children, bapt. at New Canaan: 1. Jonalhan, bapt. 
31 May 1747. 2. Samuel, bapt. 15 July 1750. 3. Hannah, bapt. 
22 Oct. 1752. 4. Andrew, bapt. 1 June 1755. 5. Thaddeus, 
bapt. 26 March 1758; d. young. 6. Thaddeus, bapt. 26 July 
1759, "being sick." 7. A''alAan, bapt. 11 Apr. 1762. 8. BeUey, 
bapt. 23 Apr. 1769. 

38. iv. Samuel. 

V. Matthew, bapt. 8 July 1733; not named in hia father'a will. 

39. vi. Andrew, b. in May 1734. 

40. vii. Thaddeus, bapt. 9 Oct. 1737. 

16. Capt. Thomas* Seymour {Capt. Matthew,^ Thomas* Richard^), 
of New Canaan Parish, Norwalk, Conn., born at Norwalk 
about 1702, died at New Canaan 11 Apr. 1796, aged 94 years. 
He married first, before 18 Aug. 1727, Elizabeth' Betts, 
born at Norwalk 23 Oct. 1699, died before 1748, daughter of 
Thomas^ (Thomas^ and Sarah (Marvin); secondly, before 
10 Apr. 1748, Elizabeth, , who died at New Canaan, 

23 Aug. 1794, aged 70. Ehzabeth, second wife of Thomas 
Seymour, was received into the church at New Canaan 10 
Apr. 1748. 

Thomas Seymour settled in New Canaan Parish, Norwalk, 
where he and his first wife, Elizabeth, were among the original 
members of the church at its gathering, 20 June 1733. He 
was chosen ensign of the military company at New Canaan 

24 Oct. 1737 and lieutenant 18 Apr. 1742, and was captain 
of this company in 1747. In Dec. 1764 he conveyed lands by 
deed of gift to his sons Matthew and Ebenezcr as their por- 
tions of his estate; and during his lifetime he disposed of other 
lands among his remaining sons. 

Children by first wife: 

41. i. Matthew.' 



314 Descendants of Richard Seymour [Oct. 

42. ii. EOENEZER. 

43. iii. TiiOMAH, bapt. 29 Aug. 1736. 

Children by second wife, baptized in New Canaan Pariah: 

44. iv. KzKA, bapt. 10 June 1748. 

V. IJkttv, bapt. 4 Aii^'. 1751 ; d. 13 May 1795; ra. 21 May 1772 Moses* 
CoMHTOCK, b. at Norwalk in 1740, <\. at New Canaan in 1824, 
B. of Mo.scs* (Mrwcs/ ('liriHtophcT,* William') and Elizabeth 
(St. John). Childroii: 1. lieUy, b. 27 Juno 1775. 2. Hannah, 
b. 13 July 1777; ni. in Doc. 1797 Col. Ezra Bonwiict. 3. FoUy, 
b. 5 Feb. 1779. 4. Sally, b. 22 July 1781; d. 2 Feb. 1797. 5. 
FAizahclh, b. 10 Oct. 1783. 6. Andrew, b. 19 Apr. 178G; m. abt. 
1815 Rhoda Kollogg. 7. Seymour, b. 26 June 1790. 8. Mota, 
b. 29 Jan. 1793. 

vi. EuzABETn, bapt. 25 May 1755; probably the Elizabeth Seymour 
who m. at Now Canaan, 15 June 1790, Matthew P'itch. 

45. vii. Nathaniel, bai)t. 10 Apr. 1757. 

viii. AuiQAiL, bapt. 25 Jan. 1762 (?); m. 24 Jan. 1782 Thaddeus Hub- 
ted, probably hor first cousin once removed, bapt. at New Ca- 
naan 26 July 1759, s. of Peter and Anne (Seymour) (15, iii). Cliil- 
dren: 1. Polly, b. 15 Jan. 1783. 2. Thomas Sex/more, b. 6 Mar. 
1784; d. 28 Sept. 1785. 3. Nancy, b. 12 Jan. 1786. 4. Thomas 
Seymore, b. 6 Feb. 1788. 5. Thaddeus, b. 29 Jan. 1790. 6. 
Samuel, b. 26 Apr. 1792. 7. Morris, b. 13 Feb. 1795; d. 30 Mar. 
1796. 8. Morris, b. 2 June 1797. 

46. ix. Hezekiah, bapt. 22 Jan. 1764. 

17. Jehiel* Seymour {Capt. Matthew,* Thomas,^ Richard^), of Nor- 

walk, Conn., and Pluntington, Long Island, N. Y., bom at 
Norwalk, died at Huntington before 11 Dec. 1753, when ad- 
ministration on his estate was granted. He married first 
Mary^ Jarvis, born in 1704, daughter of William^ and Esther; 
and secondly, at Huntington, 11 Aug. 1751, Rachel Wright, 
baptized as an adult at Huntington 13 Apr. 1752. 

Jehicl Seymour removed early in the year 1739 from Nor- 
walk to Huntington, where he continued to reside until his 
death. He was buried in the Episcopal cemetery at Hunting- 
ton, where in 1909 a little footstone inscribed "M*^ Jehiel 
Seaymore" was found leaning against a tree. No settlement 
of his estate has been found. 

Children by first wife: 

47. i. Stephen,* b. probably at Norwalk. 
ii. Matthew, bapt. 25 Mar. 1739. 
iii. Esther, bapt. 13 Dec. 1741. 

iv. Mary(?). rossiblj' she is the one who m. (1), as his second wife, 
Daniel' Benedict, b. at Norwalk 8 Mar. 1729/30, d. at New Ca- 
naan, Conn., 21 Aug. 1776, s. of Samuel* (Thomas,* Thomas* 

Thomas^ and Jemima (Canfield); m. (2) Close; and d. 

at South Salem, N. Y., 24 Oct. 1837, aged 95. (Cf. Benedict Gen- 
ealogj'.) 

48. V. Daniel, bapt. 17 Apr. 1746. 

vi. Katherine, bapt. 30 Sept. 1748. 

Child by second wife: 

49. vii. Thomas, bapt. 13 Apr. 1752. 

18. Daniel* Seymour (Capt. Matthew,^ Thomas,^ Richard^), of 

Norwalk, Conn., born at Norwalk, died about 1759. He 
married Ann"* Betts, born at Norwalk 29 Mar. 1729, h\'ing a 
widow in 1789, daught<?r of Matthew^ (Thomas,^ Thomas^ 
and Abigail. 



1918] Descendants of Richard Seymour ' 315 

Daniol Scyrnour wafl the only son of his fathor who romainod 
at Norwalk. IIo succoodcd to his father's hoiiKustoad, and 
was a coinparativoly youiiK n»an whon he died. His widow, 
Ann, was appointed 2 Oct. 1759 ^lardian of his children, 
Nanny, Daniel, Katy, and Hannah Seymour, minors, and the 
division of his estate wjus made 3 Mar. 1701 between the 
widow, the son, the eldest daiiRhter Nanny, the second 
daughter Hannah, and the third daughter "Catey." 

Children: 
i. Nanny* (or Anna), m. at Norwalk 10 Sept. 17C9, John St. John; 

b, at Norwalk 2 Jan. 1747/8, a. of Neheniiah* (Daniel,* P^bonezfr,' 

Matthias,* Matthias') and Ixjis (Cornell or Cornwall). Children, 

b. at Norwalk: 1. Daniel Seymore, b. 15 Apr. 1770; d. 8 Jan. 

1771. 2. Hannah, b. 11 Nov. 1771. 3. Daniel Seymore, b. 

16 Sept. 1773; m. 26 Dec. 1795 Betsey (or Rachel) Jonc*. 4. 

John II., b. 21 Mar. 1776; m. 21 Sept. 1830 Mary Moody. 5. 

Elenor, b. 11 Nov. 1778. 6. EliphaUt, b. 4 Feb. 1781. 7. 

Nancv, b. 13 Sept. 1784. 8. EUlyda, b. 1 July 1788. 9. Jidia, 

b. 6 Oct. 1792. 
60. ii. Daniel. 

iii. Hannah, d. prior to 21 Mar. 1783, when the other children appear 

in decda relating to their father's estate, 
iv. Catherine, b. 10 Aug. 1759; d. 10 June 1827' ra. at Non^-alk, 

25 Jan. 1776, Hezekiah' Lockwood, b. at Norwalk 15 Nov. 

1755, d. in July 1816, s. of Isaac* (Joseph,* Ephraim,* Robert^ 

and Ruth (Whitney). Children: 1. Hannah, b. 15 Jan. 1777; 

m. William Hayncs Fitch. 2. Lewis, b. 25 Feb. 1780; in. (1) 

29 Nov. 1798 Esther Whitney: m. (2) in 1839 . 3. 

Betsey, b. 15 Feb. 1782; m. Robert Cameron. 4. SaUy, b. 27 

July 1784; ra. (1) 18 Dec. 1800 David Lockwood, Jr.; m. (2) 

Phincas Hill; m. (3) Thomas Stocker. 

19. John* Seymour (John,^ Thomas,^ Ricliard^), of Norwalk, Conn., 
born at Norwalk about 1710, died there 8 Sept. 179G, aged 85 
(gravestone record). He married first Ruth' Belden, born 
at Norwalk 18 Jan. 1712/13, died there 29 May 1782, in her 
70th year (gravestone record), daughter of William* (Daniel,* 
William,^ Richard^ and Margaret (Anns) ; and secondly, at 
New Canaan, Conn., 4 Feb. 1784, Elizabeth Wood of 
Huntington, Long Island, N. Y. 

John Seymour lived and died in his native town. In his 
will, dated 28 Dec. 1791 and proved 12 Sept. 1796, he names 
his wife Ehzabeth, to whom he gives "all those articles con- 
tained in two written agreements between us," bequeaths to 
his grandchildren, heirs of his son John deceased, viz., Jona- 
than, Samuel, and John Se>inour, Ruth Sammons, and Re- 
becca, Sarah, Betsey, and Martha Seymour, certain pieces of 
land, the boys to have twice as much as the girls, gives to his 
son William, besides other property, the use of nine acres of 
land, which is later to go to his grandsons, William, Josiah, 
Belden, and Benjamin Seymour, sons of his said son WiUiam, 
and gives to his grandchildren, heirs of his son Seth deceased, 
viz., Seth, John, Nathaniel, Levi, Anne, and Almy Se\inour, 
pieces of land, as also to his sons David, Ira, and James Sey- 
mour, and his daughters Sarali and Mailha. 



316 Descendants of Richard Seymour [Oct. 

Children by first wife: 
61. i. John.' 

52. ii. William, b. in 1735. 

53. iii. iSr.Tn. 

iv. Sarah, b. abt. 1739; d. 17 Apr. 1820, ac. 86; m. Ezra* Hott, b. at 
New Canftun 14 Mar. 1731/5, d. at New Haven, Vt., 11 June 
1801, H. of Ezra» (Daniel,* Z^jrubbabcl,* Walter,' Sinnon') and 
Phcbc (Benedict). They lived at Norwalk, Conn., I>ane»- 
boroufth, Maas., and New Haven, Vt. Children: 1. Seth, m. 
Catharine Ruble. 2. Uriah, b. in 1765; m. (1) Pamela Ruble; 
m. (2) Betney Pettibone. 3. Thaddeua, m. Sally Allen.- 4. 
Hon. Ezra, b. If) Oct. 1770; m. (1) Sarah Smith; m. (2) Jeruaha 
Phelps. 5. Seyinour, b. 20 Dec. 1774; m. Anna Pettcbone. 6. 
Hannah, in. 19 Sept. 1793 Ralph Parker. 7. Polly, m. Timothy 
Squaira. 8. Phebc, m. Maj. Matthew Phelns. 

V. Martha, m. at Norwalk, 12 Feb. 17G1, Levi Taylor, b. at Norwalk 
17 Dec. 1733, b. of Josiah and Thankful (P>ench). Children, b. 
at Norwalk: 1. Ruth, b. 1 June 1763. 2. Levi, b. 15 Dec. 1764; 
m. E.sther Beldcn. 3. John, b. 26 Oct. 1766. 4. Seymour, b. 
5 Dec. 1768. 5. Esther b. 22 Oct. 1770. 6. Betty, b. 15 Nov. 
1772; m. Christopher Hamlin Starr. 7. f^riah, b. 29 Apr. 1777. 
8. Asa, b. 13 Apr. 1779. 9. Daniei, b. 17 July 1781. 10. .1/- 
mira, b. 21 Jan. 1784. 

54. vi. David, b. 24 Dec. 1744. 

55. vii. Ira, b. 31 Aug. 1748. 
66. viii. James, b. abt. 1752. 

20. John* Seymour (John,* John,^ Richard^), of Hartford, West 
Hartford, and New Hartford, Conn., born at Hartford 25 Dec. 
1694, died at New Hartford 25 July 1758. He married first, 
at Hartford, 25 June 1718, Lydia Mason, baptized at Hart- 
ford 2 Aug. 1G96, daughter of John and Hannah (Arnold ?);• 
and secondly, at West Hartford, 7 May 1733, Hannah* 
Ensign, born at Hartford 19 Jan. 1711/12, died at New Hart- 
ford before 3 Jan. 1778, when her children sold property that 
formerly belonged to her, daughter of David' (David,* James*) 
and Hannah (Smith). 

John Seymour settled first at Hartford, where eight of his 
children were baptized at the Second Church. Shortly after 
1730 he removed to the West Parish of Hartford, now 
West Hartford, and about 1750 he became a settler of New 
Hartford. In his will, made 11 July 1758, shortly before 
his death, and proved 19 Sept. 1758, he describes himself as 
being sick and weak, and mentions his sons Elisha and John 
Sejmiour^ both of Hartford, his wife Hannah, his two grand- 
children, Isaac and Lydia Se>inour, children of his son Isaac, 
late of Hartford, deceased, his sons William and Uriah of 
New Hartford, ''my younger sons," Elias, Hezekiah, Na- 
thaniel, Elijah, and David, and his daughters Lydia Steele, 
Abigail Flowers, Lucretia Ensign. Lucina Marsh, Elizabeth 
Smith, and Hannah, Zerviah, and Sarah Se>Tnour. On 5 Dec. 
1758 Hezekiah Sej-mour, aged 18, Nathaniel, aged IG, Elijah, 
aged 14 last August, and Zerviah, aged 12 last October, chose 
their mother, Hannah Stymour, as their guardian, and she was 
also appointed guardian of her other children under age, viz.. 
David, aged 10, and Sarah, aged 8. The record of this family 



1918] Descendants of Richard Seymour 317 

of twenty children, eighteen of whom survived childhood, is 
probably unsurpassed (.'Iscwhere in the annals of the family. 

Children by first wife (births recorded at Hartford): 

i. Lydia,' h. 11 May 1710; d. in 1801; m. William* Stekle, b. hL 

Hartford 10 Deo. 171^, d. in 1777, s. of Thornjis* (Samuol.» Jo}iti.« 

John') and Susanna (Wefjstcr).* They lived at New Hartford. 

Children: 1. William, h. 27 May 1742; m. 31 Jan. 1770 Hannah 

Webster. 2. Timothy, h. 3 Nov. 174.5; m. AbiKnil . 3. 

Lydia, b. 20 Mar. 1747/8. 4. rsanc, h. 14 Oct. 1752; in. (1) in 
1777 Dorothy Pitkin; m. (2) 28 Oct. 1792 Lavinia Gotxiwin. 

5. /?0(imrA:, b. 4 Aug. 1755. G. .S'cr/i, b. 12 Apr. . 7. Iluldah, 

b. 12 Aug. 1759. 

ii. AnioAiL, b. at Hartford 7 Aug. 1720; d. at New Hartford 14 May 
1797, ae. 77; ni. at New Hartford, 13 May 1742, Elijah* Flower, 
b. at Hartford 15 Apr. 1717, a. of Larnrock' (I^mrock') and Anna 
(Wat.son). Children: 1. Eliinh, b. and d. 22 June 1743. 2. 
Abigail, b. 4 July 1745. 3. Lydia, b. 25 Apr. 1748. 4. Elijah, 
b. 19 June 1750. 5. Nancy, b. 17 Jan. 1753; d. 3 July 1757. 

6. Isaac, b. 10 Aug. 1755. 7. Nancy, b. 18 Dec. 1757; m. 

Newell. 8. George, b. 20 Apr. 1700; m. abt. 1780 Iloxcline 
Crowe; grandfather of Hon. Iloewell P. Flower of New York. 
9. Thcron, bapt. 7 Sept. 1700. 

67. iii. Elisha. b. 25 Mar. 1721/2. 

68. iv. Isaac, b. 10 Oct. 1723. 

V. LucRETiA, b. 19 Feb. 1725; d. 13 May 1728. 

69. vi. John, b. 24 Nov. 1720. 

60. vii. William, b. 18 Aug. 1728. 

viii. LucRETiA, b. at Hartford 1 Aug. 1730; d. at We8t6eld, Masn.. 22 
Apr. 1814, ae. 83; m. 1 Aug. 1750 Datis* Knsiqn b. at Hartford 
22 Sept. 1729, s. of David» (David,' James') and Sarah (Moody). 
They resided at West Hartford, Conn., and Wcstficld, Mass. 
Children: 1. Dalis, bapt. 21 May 1752; m. 9 Feb. 1780 Abigail 
Woolworth. 2. Lucinda, b. 7 May 1754; d. 25 Aug. 1750. 3. 
Isaac, b. 24 Feb. 1750; m. (1) in May or July 1780 Sarah Pitta; 
m. (2) 17 Jan. 1791 Lydia Noble. 4. Lucretia, b. 1 Jan. 1759. 
5. Sarah, b. 22 Aug. 1700; m. 10 Jan. 1783 Thomas Ashley. 

ix. LuciNA, bapt. at West Hartford 19 Feb. 1732; d. at New Hartford 
14 May 1702; m. at New Hartford, 2 Feb. 1758, John^ Marsh, 
b. at liartford .30 June 1727, d. at Paris, N. Y., 10 Nov. 1805, 8. 
of Jonathan' (John*, John') and Elizabeth (Loomis). He m. (2) 

17 June 1703 Sarah Nash and m. (3) 27 Nov. 1777 Miriam 
(Webster) Sedg^vick. Children: 1. John, b. 25 Nov. 1758; m. 

18 Aug. 1791 Anna (Gaylord) Ck)le. 2. Nathaniel, b. 12 July 
1701; d. 31 Jan. 1791; m. . 

Children by second wife if 

61. X. Uriah, b. 1 Sept. 1733. 

xi. Hannah, b. 3 Aug. 1735; d. 21 Sept. 1737. 

xii. EuzARETH, b. 14 Nov. 1730; m. Martin Smith, Jr., b. 15 Mar. 

1728. In 1774, according to deeds, they were living at New 

Hartford, and in 1778 at Stillwater, N. V. Children, bapt. at 

New Hartford: 1. E/uo^eM, bapt. 19 May 1754. 2. Lucy, bapt. 

4 Jan. 1750. 3. Margaret, bapt. Nov. 1757. 4. Eliezcr, bapt. 

21 Oct. 1759. 5. Martin, bapt. 30 Jan. 1702. 6. Erastus, bapt. 

12 May 1705. 7. Havilnh (son), bapt. 17 May 1707. 8. Silvia, 

bapt. 30 July 1709. 

62. xiii. EiJAS, b. 23 Aug. 1738. 

63. xiv. Hezekiah (twin), b. 1 July 1740. 

• William Steele was a descendant of Go". William Bradford of Plymouth. 

t The births of all the children of the second wife are recorded at New Hartford, 
but their baptisms are found in the West Hartford church records. It is evident, 
therefore, that West Hartford was the place of their birth, and that the family record 
was entered in the New Hartford town records after the removal of the family to that 
pl&c« about 1750. 



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318 Descendants of Richard Seymour [Oct. 

XV. Hannah (twin), b. 1 July 1740; m. at New Hartford, 30 Doc. 1759, 
A8HHf:l Anukuh. probably s. of John. In 17G8 thoy wore livinj? 
at New Hartforo, and in 1774 and 1778 thoy are calletl of Still- 
water, N. Y. Children, bai)t. at New Hartford: 1. /Ij/iM, bapt. 
8 Jan. 17G1. 2. Nathaniel Seymour, bapt. 5 Sept. 1762. Per- 
haps others. 

xvi. Nathaniel, b. 11 Oct. 1742; "Supoesed he Died at Crown jxjint 
October y«: 20'^ 1700." • On 21 Mar. 1774 hia brothers and 
sisters, with their hu.sbandH, quitclaimed to Hezckiah Seymour 
land in New Hartford "that was Some yearn past Distributed to 
Nath" Seymour of s'^ New Hartford who wa.s th«'n Sup[>osed to 
be Dead but not Certainly Known." 
G4. xvii. Eluah, b. 6 Aug. 1744. 

xviii.-ZEiiviAH, b. 18 Oct. 1746; ra. at New Hartford, 17 Nov. 1768, 
Ebknezeu Moody, b. 9 Jan. 1743/4 (birth recorded at New 
Hartford), s. of Adonijah and. Sarah (Smith). Children, bom at 
New Hartford: 1. Adonijah. b. 16 May 1771. 2. Lncina 
(twin), b. 28 Feb. 1773. 3. Lucy (twin), b. 28 Feb. 1773. 4. 
Ebenezer (twin), b. 11 Nov. 1775. 5. Epaphras (twin), b. 11 
Nov. 1775. 6. An^on, b. 13 Feb. 1778. 7. Roxalina, b. 9 Feb. 
1780. 8. Zcrviah, b. 12 Feb. 1782. 9. Anna, b. 21 Dec. 1783. 
65. xix. David, b. 7 Aug. 1748. 

XX. Sarah, b. 12 July 1750; d. 4 Mar. 1802; m. at New Hartford, 
6 Feb. 1772, Abraham' Kelloqo, b. at New Hartford 27 Jan. 
1749/50, d. 29 Apr. 1812, s. of Abraham* (Isaac,* Samuel,' 
Joseph*) and Sarah (Marsh). He m. (2) 6 Jan. 1803 Mrs. Sarah 
(Cowlcs) Merrill, widow of Dr. Eldad. Children: 1. Hannah, b. 
29 Oct. 1772; d. 3 May 1774. 2. Abrarn, b. 28 Sept. 1774; m. 
Jerusha Goodwin. 3. Hannah, b. 18 Mar. 1776; ra. Jared 
Adams. 4. Warren, b. 5 Jan. 1779; m. (1) Rhoda Webster; m. 
(2) Rhoda Case. 5. Horace, b. 1 Oct. 1780; m. (1) Orpah Pratt; 
m. (2) Anna Steele. 6. Sarah, b. 4 July 1783; m. Nonnan 
Pringle. 7. VirffU, b. 29 June 1785; d. 5 May 1788. 8. John, 
bapt. 29 Sept. 1787; d. young. 

21. Ensign Timothv* Seymour (John* John,^ Richard^), of Hart- 
ford and West Hartford, Conn., born at Hartford 27 June 
1696, died at West Hartford 8 Sept. 1749, in his 54th year 
(gravestone record). He married at Hartford, 27 Apr. 1727, 
Rachel Allyn, probably the Rachel Ali>Ti born at Hartford 
20 Aug. 1694, daughter of Edward and Rachel (Steele). She 
died a widow prior to 3 Feb. 1756, when administration on 
her estate was granted. 

Timothy Seymour lived in the West Parish of Hartford, 
now West Hartford, where he became a member of the church 
in 1730 and where his children were baptized. The house 
that he built was standing in West Hartford as late as 1882 and 
was in the possession of his descendants until 1870. He was 
a selectman of Hartford in 1737, and was chosen ensign of the 
Fourth Company of Militia 13 Oct. 1743. Administration 
on his estate was granted 3 Oct. 1749 to his widow Rachel and 
his son Timothy, and on 23 Apr. 1751 distribution of the 
estate was ordered between the widow, Rachel, the eldest son, 
Timothy Seymour, and the other children, Allyn and Charles 
Seymour and Rachel Easton. The inventory amounted to 
£18,684. 4s. 9d., and included estate at Canaan, Salisbury, 
and Bethelem, Conn. 

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Children: 

66. i. Timothy/ b. 1 Feb. 1728. 

67. ii. Allyn, b. 30 Apr. 1729. 

hi. CuAHLES, bapt. 14 Fob. 1731; <I. young. 

iv. Rachel, ba])t. 23 S<!pt. 1733; <i. at \V(!«t Hartford 2 Oct. 1751, ao. 
18' m. Col. Jame.s* Easto.n, bapt. at ICa.st Hartford, Conn., 
9 June 1728, d. at Pittwfipjd, Ma.sH., in May or June 179G s. of 
Joseph* (Jo.s<?ph,* Jo.scph,* Joseph*) and Su.sanna (Hurnham). 

He m. (2) 26 Apr. 1753 Eunice Torncroy and nj. (3) Mary . 

Child: 1. Rachel, bapt. 15 Sept. 1751; d. in infancy. 

68. V. Charles, bapt. 20 Jan. 1738. 

22. Daniel* Seymouk {John,^ Johii,^ Ricfiard^), of Hartford, Conn., 

born at Hartford 20 Oct. 1098, died there, being buried 21 
Sept. 1769. He married at West Hartford, Conn., 10 May 
1727, Mabel* Bigelow, bom at Hartford G Nov. 1703, died 
before the date of her husband's will, daughter of Jonathan' 
(Jonathan,* John*) and Mabel (Edwards).* 

Daniel Seymour lived at Hartford, where he was a select- 
man in 1749, and held other town offices. In his will, dated 
14 June 1768 and proved 18 Oct. 1769, he names his two sons. 
Daniel and Charles, and two daughters, Anna, wife of Joel 
Cornish, and Susanna, wife of Aaron Moses. 

Children: 

69. i. Daniel,» bapt. 26 July 1730. 

ii. Anne, bapt. 23 Jan. 1731/2; d. at Simsbury, Conn., in Sept. 1808, 
m. at Hartford, 23 Apr. 1752, Joel* Cornish, b. at ^inasbury 
18 July 1731, d. there 21 May 1808. s. of Capt. Jaiuea» (Jara.'s,» 
JamcsO and Amy (Butler). Children: 1. Anne, b. 19 Mar. 
1753; d. 7 Nov. 1753. 2. Anne, b. 20 Jan. 1755; d. 25 Dec. 
1842. 3. George b. 17 Mar. 175G; d. 10 Nov. 1759. 4. lihodn, 
b. 4 Jan. 1758; d. 25 Sept. 1759. 5. George, b. 10 Aug. 17G0; ni. 
(1) Anne Gillett; m. (2) Susanna Mitchcl.<»on. 6. Joel, b. 22 
Mar. 1763; m. in 1785 Susannah Lorinda Pettibonc. 7. Rhoda, 
b. 23 Aug. 1765; na. Dr. Peter J. Smith. 8. A son, b. and d. 
2 Oct. 1768. 

iii. Susanna, b. in 1738; d. in 1783; m. Aaron' Moses, b. at Simsbur>', 
Conn., 6 Oct. 1733. d. there in 1809, 8. of Timothy* (John,* John,* 
John « Johni) and Sarah (Phelps). He m. (2) Rachel Gilbert. 
Chiloren: 1. Darius, b. 11 Nov. 1758; m. Sarah Adams. 2. 

Asenalh, b. 2 Nov. 1760; m. Adams. 3. Aaron Sei/mour, 

b. 29 Julv 1762; d. 12 Mar. 1772. 4. Susanna, b. 13 Sept. 1764: 
m. Joseph Buttolph. 5. Martin Levi, b. 20 Dec. 1766; drowneci 
in 1784. 6. Seymour Aaron, b. 25 Oct. 1772; ra. Rhoda Hum- 
phrey. 

70. iv. Charles, b. 9 June 1742. 

23. Capt. Jonathan* Se^-mour (John,^ John,^ Richard^), of Hart- 

ford, Conn., born at Hartford 16 Mar. 1702/3, died there 
30 Sept. 1776. He married at Hartford, 27 May 1725, Mf^RY* 
Bull, who was born at Hartford 10 Nov. 1707, and died 
there, being buried 3 Feb. 1786, daughter of DanieP (Joseph,' 
Thomas^) and Mary (Mygatt) and sister of Keziah Bull who 
married Zebulon Se>niiour (25), a brother of Jonathan. 

Jonathan Seymour was one of the jirominent men of Hart- 
ford, holding many town offices and serving on numerous 

• Rev. Timothy Edwards, brother of Mabel (Eldwards) Bigelow, was father of tha 
renowned Rev. Jonathan EMwarda. 



320 Descendants of Richard Seymour [Oct. 

committees. He was chosen ensign of the Second Military 
Company 7 May 1744, lieutenant of the same company 
4 May 1752, and captain May 1754. In his will, dated 
30 Mar. 1772, he names his wife Mary, his only son Israel, his 
dauj^hters Millescent \Vad.sworth, Mary, wife of Seth Austin 
of SufTield [Conn.], Magdalen, wife of Barnabjis Hinsdale of 
Hartford, and Dflij^ht, wife of Koswell Wattles of SufTield, 
and also two ^^randsons, Horace and Ardon Seymour, the only 
children of his son Jonathan, late deceased. 

Children (order of births uncertain): 
i. Mahy,» b. 23 May 172G; d. 2G Feb. 1731, aRcd abt. 5. 
ii. MiLiCENT, b. 21 Aug. 1728; m. Hf:zkkiah* Wadswortii, bapt. at 
Hartford 1 1 Apr. I72o, d. at Hartford 28 Ai>r. 176G, a. of Ichabod* 
(Joseph,' William') and Sarah (Smith). Children: 1. Hezekiah, 
bapt. 7 Jan. 1753; bur. 20 Feb. 1750. 2. Miliamt, bapt. 19 May 
1754. 3. Ruth, bapt. 2 Nov. 1755. 4. Hezekuih, bapt. 24 Dec. 
1758. 5. Israel, bapt. 4 May 1700. 0. Daniel, bapt. 4 Apr. 
1702. 7. Ezekiel, bapt. 13 Nov. 1703; bur. 25 Jan. 1700. 8. 
Jonathan, bapt. Oct. 1705. 
iii. Maodalln, bapt. 8 Nov. 1730; d. young. 

71. iv. JONATIIA.N. 

V. Cait. Lskakl, d. 8.p. at Hartford, being killed by lightning at the 
door of his tavern near the site of the present State Capitol, 14 
Aug. 1784, in his 49th year; m. Nabby , who d. at Wood- 
bury, Conn., 23 Nov. 1827. She m. (2) Joseph (?) Sheldon, and 
(3) at Hartford 18 Jan. 1790, Rev. Noah Benedict of Woodbury. 

vi. Mary, living at SufTield, Conn., in 1800; m. Seth* Ausn.v, b. at 
SufTield 14 Dec. 1731, d. thtre abt. 1809, a. of Richard* (Richard,* 
Anthony') and F^lizabeth (Jesse). In his will, dated 3 Apr. 1800, 
Seth Austin of Sufhold names his wife Mary, his sons Seth, James, 
and Thaddcus R. Austin, the sons of his son Jonathan S. Austin, 
viz., Horace and John S. Austin, his daughter Mchitabel Austin, 
his daughter Susanna Austin, his son Roderick, his daughter 
Delight Fairman, his daughter Mar^- Ewing, and his son Calvin. 
His daughters Mary Ewin^, Mehitabel Austin, and Susanna 
Austin are called "unmarried." Division of the estate was made 
24 May 1809 to Mrs. Hetty Y. Fairman, Mrs. Susan Lewis, and 
others as above. Children: 1. Seth. 2. James. 3. Thaddeua 
R. 4. Jonathan S., d. before 1800; had sons Horace and John S. 

5. Mehitabel, m. Fairman. 0. Susanna, m. 

Lewis. 7. Roderick. 8. Delight, m. ^ Fairman. 9. Mary, 

ra. Ewing. 10. Calvin. 

vii. Magdalen, b. abt. 1740; d. at Hartford 17 Oct. 1782, aged 42; m. 
abt. 1701 Capt. Barnab.ks* Hivsdale, b. at Hartford 23 Feb. 
1737/8, d. there 29 Apr. 1790, s. of Dca. Daniel* (Barnabas,* 
Barnabas,* Robert') and Catherine (Curtis). Children: 1. A 
son, d. 25 Aug. 1770, ae. 14. 2. Chloe, b. in 1708; m. Henry 
Butler. 3. Epaphras, b. in 1709; m. (1) Elizabeth Bowen;^ m. 
(2) Elizabeth Camp. 4. A daughter, m. Manley of Shel- 
don, Vt. 5. Martha, b. in 1773; d. unra. at Oyster Bay. N. Y.. 
in 1857. 0. Catherine, b. in Dec. 1775; m. in 1799 Ichabod 
Plumb of Cheshire, Conn. 7. William, d. of vellow feVer in New 
York in 1798. 8. Horace Seymour, b. 7 Oct. 1782; m. (1) 30 Apr. 
1800 Sarah Ogden; m. (2) 19 Apr. 1827 Lucina Campbell Graham. 

viii. Deuqht, b. abt. 1749; d. at Hartford 20 Jan. 1808, ae. 58; m. 
Roswell Wattles of Suffield, Conn., who d. at Hartford 10 Apr. 
1810, ae. 00. Children: 1. Dclighl S., d. 21 Apr. 1780. in her 9th 
year. 2. Jonathan SeyT.u>ur, d. 13 Sept. 1779, aged 10 months. 
JPerhaps others. 

ix. A GUILD, bur. 4 Sept. 1753. 

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NOTES 

It haviner oome to the attention of thia Society that certain 

?:enealo«:i8t8 sjid publishers have used the name of the Society 
n connection with their own enterprises, the Society again de- 
sires to state that it has NO genealogical representatives in thia 
country or in England, nor is it in any way connected with any 
publications other than those that it issues over its own name 
at 9 Ashburton Place. Boston. 



Gifford-Potter-Whalon. — Tlie following is a copy of a inatiiLscrlpt record 
recently in the possession of Charles Eliot Goodapced of Boston and communicated 
by him to the Reqisteu. 

An account of ages. Gideon GifTord Was Bomd in the year 1748 on the 17 Day 

of the Eighth month 
Abigail Gifford was Bornd 1748 on the 25 Day of the first month 
Hannah GifTord Was Bornd 1774 on the 13 Day of the Sixth month 
Joseph GifTord Was Bornd 1776 on the 31 Day of the Eigth month 
Elisabeth GifTord Wivs Bornil in the year 1781 the first Day of the tenth month 
Abipail GifTord Departed this life tlic 28 Day of the third month in the year 1800 
Patience GifTord vVas Bornd in the year 1801 the tenth Day of the Second 

month 
Apphia Gifford was Bornd 1777 on the 22 Day Seventh month 
Elisabeth GifTord Departed this Life the forth Day of the tenth Month 1804 

[The three following entries are in another handtcriting .] 
Gideon GifTord deceased September 28th 1824 

Luthun Potter. Was Born in the 1800 on the 11 of the Eighth month. 
Joseph G. Potter Was born December the 29- 1829 

[The two foUoiving entries are in a third handwriting.] 
Hiram Whalon was Born Jan. 17^^ 1812. 
John W. Potter " " April 25th 1835 

[Endorsed] an account of ages taken Down Gideon GLOford and famuly 



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Waterbury, Conn., Proprietors' Records. Proprietors' records of the town of 
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1850. Published by the New England Historic Genealogical Society at the 
Robert Henr>' Eddy Memorial Rooms at the charge of the Eddy Town-Record 
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THE 
NEW ENGLAND 

HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL 
REGISTER 



SUPPLEMENT TO APRIL NUMBER, 1918 



PROCEEDINGS 

OF THE 

new england 
Historic Genealogical Society 

AT THE 

ANNUAL MEETING, 6 FEBRUARY 1918 

WITH 

MEMOIRS OF DECEASED MEMBERS, 1917 




PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIETY 

AT THE ROBERT HENRY EDDY MEMORIAL ROOMS 

9;ASHBURT0N place, BOSTON 

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r. N. GIL.SON COUPAN' 
• OSTOM. U.S.A. 



CONTENTS 



Officers Elected by the Society for the Year 1918. v 

Officers and Committees Appointed by the Council . vi 

Report of Proceedings at tub Annual Meeting . ix 

Report of the Council xiii 

Committee on Finance xiv 

Committee on Ways and Means xiv 

Committee on Increase of Membership .... xiv 

Committee on Sale of Publications xiv 

Committee on Publications xv 

Committee to Assist the Historian xv 

Committee on English Research xv 

Committee on Heraldry xvi 

Committee on the Library ....... xvi 

Committee on Collection of Records .... xvii 

Committee on Epitaphs xvii 

Committee on Papers and Essays xvii 

Report of the Librarian xviii 

Report of the Corresponding Secretary .... xix 

Report of the Treasurer xxii 

Report of the Trustees of the Kidder Fund . . xxix 

Report of the Historian — Necrology for 1917 . . xxix 

Memoirs of Deceased Members xxxii 

Charter Ixi 



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OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY 
FOR THE YEAH 1918 



^resilient 
JAMES PIIINNEY BAXTER, A.M., Lirr.D Portland, Me. 

Dicf'PreKtUtnti 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE Brooklinc 

ALFRED JOHNSON, A.M., Lnr. D Iklfaat, Me. 

ALBERT HENRY LAMSON Elkina, N. H. 

WILLIAM WALLACE STICKNEY, LL.D Ludlow, Vt. 

WILLIAM PAINE SHEFFIELD, A.M Newport, R. I. 

GEORGE SEYMOUR GODARD, B.A., B.D Hartford, Conn. 

Bfcorting: Itccretarp 
HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B Medford 

CorreaponUing: S>ecrctarp 
GEORGE ANDREWS MORIARTY, Jr., A.M., LL.B. . . Newport, R. I. 

CTrtaaurcr 
GEORGE LAMBERT GOULD Topefield 

librariaii 
WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW Winthrop 

Cbe Council 

JAMES PHINNEY BAXTER, A.M., Lirr.D. 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B. 

GEORGE ANDREWS MORIARTY, Jr., A.M., LL.B. 

GEORGE LAMBERT GOULD 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW 

For 1918 

WILLLAM STREETER RICHARDSON Canton 

RICHARD HENRY WINSLOW DWIGHT Cambridge 

Mrs. FANNIE SCOTT CHASE Boston 

For 1918, 1919 

Mrs. ANNIE CORINNE ELLISON Belmont 

NATHAN MATTHEWS, LL.D Boston 

JAMES MELVILLE HUNNEWELL, A.B., LL.B Boston 

For 1918, 1919, 19S0 

LOUIS ATWOOD COOK Weymouth 

ARTHUR HOLBROOK \^TELLMAN, M.A., LL.B. . . . Topefield 

Mrs. BELLE AUGUSTA SEAVEY FLOYD Winthrop 

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OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES 
FOR THE YEAR 1918 



APPOINTED BY THE COUNCIL 



()i0torun 

LEWIS WILDER HICKS, M.A WeUcHley 

CHitor of Pnblication* 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B Medford 

Committee on Jinance 

JAMES PHINNEY BAXTER, A.M., Lirr.D., 

Chainnan ex officio . . Portland, Me. 

WILLIAM STREETER RICHARDSON Canton 

NATHAN MATTHEWS, LL.D Boston 

CHARLES WILLIAM MOSELEY Newburyport 

CHARLES EDWARD MANN Maiden 

LEW CASS HILL Boston 

GEORGE LAMBERT GOULD, ex officio Topsfield 

Committee on ^apK ant ;ffieanE( 

WILLIAM STREETER RICHARDSON, Chairman . . . Canton 

RICHARD HENRY WINSLOW DWIGHT Cambridge 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW Winthrop 

LAWRENCE BRAINERD Cambridge 

LEW CASS HILL Boston 

Mrs. IDA LOUISE FARR MILLER Wakefield 

WALDO ELIAS BOARDMAN, D.M.D Winthrop 

Committee on Jncrea«e of ;fllemfaer6t) ip 

RICHARD HENRY WINSLOW DWIGHT, Chairman . Cambridge 

Mes. MARY LOVERING HOLMAN Watertown 

JOSEPH GRAFTON MINOT Boston 

LUTHER ATWOOD, A.B Lynn 

Mrs. ANNIE CORINNE ELLISON Belmont 

JOHN HENRY WESTFALL Allston 

GEORGE BECKWITH STEVENS, M.D Dorchester 

Committee on ^ale of jpablicationis 

CHARLES ELIOT GOODSPEED, Chairman Wollaston 

WILLIAM BROWN SNOW Maiden 

CHARLES EDWARD MANN Maiden 

SAMUEL BIL\DLEE DOGGETT . Boston 

CHARLES EMELIUS L.\URIAT Brookhne 

EVERETT JEFTS BEEDE, A.B Belmont 

HAROLD CLARIvE DURRELL, A.B Ariington 

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Committee on PobltratioRe 

AMES PARKER PARMENTER, A.M., LL.B., C/u»irman Arlington 

HOSEA STARR HALLOU Brfx>klmc 

GEORGE ANDREWS MORIARTV, Jit, A.M, LL.B. . Newport, R. I. 

JOHN WALLACE SUTER, A.B., S.T.B Winchartcr 

ALFRED JOHNSON, A.M., Lrrr.D Brookline 

GEORGE RITCHIE MARVIN, A.M Brookline 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B., ex officio Mcdford 

CDommtttee to fl0c(t0t tbe |)i0tortan 

ANDREW FISKE, Ph.D., LL.B., Chairman Weflton 

ANSON TITUS Somerville 

ARTHUR GREENE LORING Wobum 

ARTHUR WINSLOW PEIRCE, A.B., Lirr.D Franklin 

FRANK MORTIMER HAWES, A.M Somerville 

MORGAN HEWITT STAFFORD NewtonvUle 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B., ex officio Mcdford 

Committee on CnjlifiJ) Uecearcb 

GEORGE ANDREWS MORIARTY, Jr., A.M., LL.B., 

Chairman . . Newport, R. I. 

WILLIAM EBEN STONE, A.B Cambridge 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B Medford 

ALFRED JOHNSON, A.M., Lrrr.D BrookUne 

JOHN BARBER WHITE Kansas City, Mo. 

GEORGE FRANCIS DOW Topsfield 

HENRY WYCKOFF BELKNAP Salem 

Committee on J)eraltirp 

ROBERT DICKSON WESTON, A.B., Chairman .... Boston 

BOYLSTON ADAMS BEAL, A.B., LL.B Nahant 

WILLIAM SUMNER APPLETON, A.B Boston 

CHARLES KNOWLES BOLTON, A.B Shirley 

WILLIAM STREETER RICHARDSON Canton 

Committee on tbe Librarp 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE, Chairman Brookline 

GEORGE ANDREWS MORIARTY, Jr., A.M., LL.B. . Newport, R. I. 

WALTER KENDALL WATKINS Maiden 

GEORGE SAWIN STEWART, A.B W^atertown 

JAMES MELVILLE HUNNEWELL, A.B., LL.B. . . . Boston 

LAWRENCE PARK Groton 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW, ex officio .... Winthrop 

Committee on Collection of EecorliK 

GEORGE WALTER CHAMBERLAIN, M.S., Chairman Maiden 

MATT BUSHNELL JONES, A.B., LL.B Newton 

CLARENCE SAUNDERS BRIGHAM, A.M Worcester 

EDWARD WILLARD HOWE, A.B Roxburj- 

SAMUEL BURNHAM SHACKFORD, A.B., LL.B. . . Dover, N. H. 

GEORGE SEYMOUR GODARD, B.A., B.D Hartford, Conn. 

•WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW, ex officio .... W^inthrop 

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Committee on Spitap^i 

MYLES STANDISH, A.M., M.U., S.D, Chairman . . . Boston 

WILLIAM DAVIS PATTEIISON Wi«ca«»et, Mc. 

OTIS GRANT HAMMOND, A.M Concord, N. H. 

Mr8. KATE MORRIS CONE, Ph.D Uartford, Vt. 

Mrs. JESSIE ALICE PORTER Springfield 

M188 EDITH MAY TILLEY Newport, R. I. 

LUCIUS BARNES BARBOUR, A.B Hartford, Conn. 

Committee on papers anli Cc(0ap« 

ALFRED JOHNSON, A.M., Lirr.D., Chairman .... Brookline 

Mits. MARY STICKNEY RANDALL Waltham 

Miss MARY ST. BARBE EUSTIS Brookline 

JOHN McKlNSTRY MERRIAM, A.M Framingham 

MRfl. AGNES BEVILLE VAUGHN TEDCASTLE . . . Milton 

Mrs. FLORENCE CONANT HOWES Allaton 

M1B8 JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH RAYNE Allaton 



Special Committee on Eetision of t^t ^p'Latotf * 
JAMES PARKER PARMENTER, A.M., LL.B., Chairman Arlington 

WALDO LINCOLN, A.B Worcester 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE BrookUne 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW Winthrop 

SAMUEL MITCHELL CHILD, LL.B West Roxbury 

• Appointed by the President in accordance with a TOt« of the Society of I Apr. 1014, 
and •erring until discharged by the Society. 



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PROCEEDINGS AT THE ANNUAL MEETING 



The seventy-fourth annual meeting of the Society was held on 
Wednesday, 6 February 1918, at 2.30 p.m., in Wilder Hall, 9 Ash- 
burton Place, Boston, a quorum being present. In the absence of 
the President, Vice-President Chase presided. In the absence of 
the Recording Secretary, Henry Edwards Scott was authorized to 
act in liis place. 

The minutes of the January meeting were read and approved, 
and the monthly reports of the Historian and Council were accepted, 
the Council reporting the names of nine persons who had been 
elected resident members. 

On motion it was 

Voted, That the annual reports of the Council, including ita committees, the 
Librarian, the Corresponding Secretary, the Treasurer, the Trustees of the 
Kidder Fund, and the Historian, being presented in print, and now in the hands 
of the meeting, be accepted and ordered filed with the originals. 

On motion it was 

Voted, That the Society proceed to the election of officers and councillors, 
agreeable to the provisions of the By-Laws. 

That three tellers be appointed by the Chair, and that said tellers shall dis- 
tribute, receive, sort, and count the ballots, and make a report to this meeting. 

That the polls be now opened, and stand open until every member present 
has had opportunity to vote. 

The Chair called attention to the fact that on the oflScial ballot 
the name of no nominee for the office of Recording Secretary was 
printed, and stated that Dr. Alfred Johnson had been renominated 
for this position by the Nominating Committee and that his name 
had been reported to the Society by the Nominating Committee at 
the December meeting, but that since that meeting Dr. Johnson 
had found it necessary to withdraw his name from the hst of candi- 
dates. The Chair read a letter from Dr. Johnson, in which he 
wrote: 

"It is a matter of much regret to me that, circumstances having 
arisen which \\all occasion my absence from town during the coming 
season, I feel obliged to -withdraw my name as Recording Secretary 
from the hst of candidates to be voted upon at the February meeting 
of the Society." 

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X N. E. HI8TOKIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

The Chair then called for nominations for the office of Ilccording 
Secretiiry, and Desmond Fitzgerald nominated Henry Edwards 
Scott for that office. This nomination having been seconded, and 
no other names having been presented, the Chair appointed as 
tellers Messrs. James Henry Stark and George Winthrop Torrey 
and Dr. Harold Bowditch, and the election by ballot of officers 
and councillors took place. 

After the polls were closed, the Chair presented as the speaker of 
the afternoon Gt:oRGE Andrews Moriarty, Jr., A.M., LL.B., of 
Newport, R. I., Corresponding Secretary of the Socict}', who, in a 
scholarly paper, the result of thorough genealogical research, de- 
scribed The English Life and Family Connections of Roger Williams. 

At the suggestion of Mr. Moriarty and by invitation of the 
Chair, Desmond Fitzgerald, C.E., of Brookhne, made a few addi- 
tional statements about Roger Williams, and Mr. Moriarty then 
related a few anecdotes concerning the amusing exchange of un- 
complimentary epithets between the founder of Rhode Island and 
George Fox, Quaker. On motion of Hosea Starr Ballou a vote 
of thanks to Mr. Moriarty and to Mr. Fitzgerald was adopted. 

The tellers then made their report, which showed that officers 
and councillors had been elected as follows: 

President 
James Phinnet Baxter, of Portland, Me. 

Vice-Presidents 
John Carroll Chase, of Brookline, Mass. 
Alfred Johnson, of Belfast, Me. 
Albert Henry Lamson, of Elkins, N. H. 
Willlam Wallace Stickney, of Ludlow, Vt. 
Willlvm Paine Sheffield, of New-port, R. I. 
Georqe Seymour Godard, of Hartford, C/onn. 

Recording Secretary 
Henry Edwards Scott, of Medford, Mass. 

Corresponding Secretary 
Georqb Andrews Morlarty, Jr., of Newport, R. I. 

Treasurer 
George Lambert Gould, of Topsfield, Mass. 

Librarian 
William Prescott Greenlaw, of Winthrop, Mass. 

Councillors for the term of three years, 191S, 1919, 1920 
Louis Atwood Cook, of Weymouth, Mass. 
Arthur Holdrook Wellman, of Topsfield, Mass. 
Mrs. Belle Augusta Seavey Floyd, of Winthrop, Mass. 



PROCKKDIN(;S AT TMK ANNUAL MKETiNfi XI 

On motion it was 

Voted, That the New Knglaml Historic Gcnoalogical Society cntcre on its 
records at this time its appreciation of the services renflcre<l by the retiring 
officers, Ai.FHKO JoHNBON, UeconlinK Secretary, Lew Cass Hill, Treasurer, and 
RonEKT Mkans Lawuknck and Mies. Iua Ixjuisk Fauk Millkii, Councillors, 
who have during their terms of office j:;iven of their time, thfir thought, and 
their counsel that the broad puri>ose of the Society, the collection and preaerva- 
tiou of genealogical records for the public benefit, might be attained. 

The Recording Secretary pro iein-pore then read a letter from Presi- 
dent Baxter, in which he stated that the severity of the weather 
made it impossible for him to attend the meeting, and also a brief 
addrass from the President to the Society, which was as follows: 

"I thank you for reelecting me President of the Society for an- 
other year. I promise to serve you to the best of my abihty. Nat- 
urally I should speak of the disiistrous times in which we are living, 
but I know that your minds, as well as my own, are so burdened 
with the subject that it seems well for me to pass it by in silence. 

"In looking through the annual reports of the committees, several 
points especially strike my attention, as they will yours. One of 
these is the necessity of increasing our income to meet the increase 
of expenses arising from our growing work. The Council has done 
everything possible to increase our income and curtail our expenses, 
in order to be able to present to you a clean balance sheet. These 
efforts will be continued during the coming year, but in this work it 
should receive the services of every member. 

"The report of the Historian is always impressive, and is particu- 
larly so this year. The loss of our members reminds us continually 
of the great change that we must all face at no distant period. In 
the loss of Mr. Rust and Mr. Ensign the Society has lost the past 
year two of its most useful and beloved members. Not only have 
we greatly missed their genial presence, but their loss leaves vacan- 
cies difficult to fill." 

On motion it was 

Voled, That the proceedings of this meeting, with the annual reports accepted, 
the address of the President, and the biographical notices of deceased members, 
be printed as a supplement to the April, 1918, number of the New England 
Historical and GENEALoaiCAL Register, that a copy of said supplement be 
mailed to every member of the Society not receiving the Register, to the fami- 
lies of members deceased during the past year, and to exchanging societies, and 
that the Council be charged with the execution of this order. 

No further business being presented, the Chair declared the meet- 
ing dissolved, and hght refreshments were served to the members of 
the Society and their guests in the adjoining reception hall. 

Henry Edwards Scott, 

Recording Secretary pro tern pore. 



REPORT OF THE COUNCIL 

Prepared by Hbitbt Edwubos Scott, A.B, 

During the year 1917 the Council has endeavored to perform 
its duties in such a manner as to reduce to a minimum the expenses 
of carrying on the work of the various departments of the Society. 

In recent years the increased interest in genealogical pursuits and 
the growth of the Society's Library have been potent factors in in- 
creasing the expenses of the Society, wliile the endowment funds of 
the Society have not grown in proportion to the increased cost of 
administration. The result, even when the most rigid economy is 
practised, is a substantial annual deficit. 

The pressing need of the Society is for additions to its endowment 
sufficient not only to offset the annual deficit but also to provide for 
the necessary maintenance, growth, equipment, and indexing of the 
Library and to assure the continuance and expansion of the publica- 
tion work of the Society. The Council, therefore, recommends that 
members and friends of the Society do what they can to secure 
memorial endowment funds, the income of which may be used to 
promote the purposes for which the Society was incorporated. 

In the reports of the various standing committees, which follow 
this report, details in regard to the activities of the Society during 
the past year and reconmiendations for the future will be found; and 
to these reports, especially to that of the Committee on Ways and 
Means, the attention of all friends of the Society is called. 

In the course of the year two members of the Council died, the 
venerable Nathaniel Johnson Rust, for five years Vice-President of 
the Society for Massachusetts, passing away on 5 February', only two 
days before the annual meeting at which he would have been re- 
elected Vice-President, and his successor as Vice-President, Charles 
Sidney Ensign, LL.B., succumbing on 10 April to an attack of pneu- 
monia. Mr. Ensign, who had been a member of the Council at 
various times during the past twenty-five years and had served on 
many important committees, had just completed a term of three 
years as Councillor when he was elected to succeed Mr. Rust as 
Vice-President. Both of these men, as members of the Society, as 
members of committees, and as Councillors, rendered during a long 
series of years faithful service to the Society, which recognizes its 
indebtedness to them and feels deeply its loss in their death. On 
3 October the Society elected John Carroll Chase, since 1912 Vice- 
President for New Hampshire, as Vice-President for Massachusetts 
for the remainder of the term for which Mr. Ensign had been elected. 

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XIV N. E. niSTOKIC GENEALOaiCAL SOCIETY 

The Report of the Committee on Finance, by WiUiam Prescott 
Greenlaw, Acting Trcjusurer: 

The Committee on Finance reports the receipt of $2,881.25 from 
the estate of the late Horace Davis and $500 from the estate of the 
late Frank Ed.son Shedd. Mrs. Jennie B. Fuller, who died 24 Decem- 
ber 1917, left a small bequest to the Society and also made the Soci- 
ety one of her residuary legatees. 

Under reorganization 5 Flint & Pcre Marquette R.R. Co. 5's, due 
1 April 1939, Nos. 144-5, 1217-18, 1731 ($5,000), have l>een ex- 
changed for bonds of the same company ($3,300) and cash ($1,G17.9G). 
The Society's note for $5,900 has been reduced to $3,000. 



The Report of the Committee on Ways and Means, by William 
Streeter Richardson, Chairman: 

The meetings of the Committee have been devoted to serious dis- 
cussions for the purpose of formulating some practical method of 
meeting the financial needs of the Society, and upon the success of 
the means devised will depend the proper maintenance and progress 
of the institution. An exhaustive study of the requirements ha-s been 
tabulated, and plans are being prepared for presenting these needs in 
a way which, it is hoped, may accomplish their object. The C'ommit- 
tee has to say that earnest help by the membership is highly iini)or- 
tant, and that this, or a lack of interest, will mean much to the 
Society one way or the other. 



The Report of the Committee on Increase of Membership, by 
Richard Henry Winslow Dwight, Chairman: 

The Committee on Increase of Membership has continued until 
recently, with marked success, sending out letters to a selected list 
of names, setting forth the advantages of becoming members of the 
Society; but it has temporarily abandoned this method, by reason 
of war conditions. 

The Committee, however, cordially urges members of the Society 
to secure as many desirable new members as possible. The Society 
has abundant facilities for an enlarged membership; and the Com- 
mittee feels sure that b}^ joining the Society many men and women 
will find an enjoyable relaxation and a dehghtful atmosphere pre- 
vailing among its members. 

The Committee recommends that all members give close attention 
to a novel pamphlet soon to be issued by the Council, in which the 
urgent needs of the Society and of its fast-gro\s'ing library vdW be 
fully set forth. 

The Report of the Committee on Sale of Publications, by Charles 
Ehot Goodspeed, Chairman: 

The sales in 1917 of the Society's pubHcations and miscellaneous 
books (including subscriptions) aggregated $9,541.05. 

In addition to its own publications, the Society has a goodly 



REPORTS OF C0MMITTBS8 XV 

number of remainders of genealogical books which liavo been donated 
in times past, and the Committee calls attention to this metliod of 
promoting the objects of the institution. The excellent facihties 
for the storage, advertising, and sale of such worlcs enable the 
Society to derive substantial benefit from these donations. 



The Repoi;t of the Committee on Publications, by James Parker 
Parmenter, A.M., LL.B., Chairman: 

The Committee on Pubhcations reports that during the year 1917, 
in addition to the Register and the Proceedings at the Annual 
Meeting, which together make a volume of 501 pages, the Society has 
pubUshed the Vital Records of East Bridgewatcr, containing 406 
pages, the Vital Records of Charlemont, containing IGG pages, and 
the Vital Records of Windsor, containing 153 pages, the total number 
of pages for the year being 1226. 

The Society has also printed for distribution among persons in- 
terested a revised edition — the ninth — of its Handbook, a httle 
pamphlet of 15 pages containing a brief statement of the history, 
purposes, and needs of the Society, together with a hst of the Officers, 
Councillors, and Committees for 1917. 



The Report of the Committee to Assist tile Historian, \t>y Andi^®^ 
Fiske, Ph.D., LL.B., Chairman: 

The Committee has held one meeting during the year, namely, on 
Tuesday, 11 December 1917; and at that meeting it rendered such 
assistance to the Historian as he required, and was notified by him 
that no more meetings would be necessary during the current year. 



The Report of the Committee on English Research, by Charles 
Sherburne Penhallow, A.B., Chairman: 

The Committee on EngUsh Research presents herewith a report 
of its income and expenditures for the year ending 31 December 1917. 

This shows a balance from the preceding year of $379.74, which, 
with contributions of $115.00, makes a total of $494.74, out of which 
there has been paid $483.22, lea^dng a balance on hand, 31 Deceml>er 
1917, of $11.52, as shown in the accompanying statement. 

Owing to the conditions caused by the war and the consequent 
difficulty of research in England the arrangement with Miss French 
was terminated by mutual agreement on 1 July, when settlement was 
made for articles contributed and for expenses, as appears in the 
account submitted herewith. 

In addition to the genealogical material purchased of Miss French 
the Committee has been enabled, through the generosity of one of 
its members, 0. Andrews Moriarty, Jr., Esq., to communicate to 
the April and October numbers of the Register valuable Enghsh 
records secured by Mr. Moriarty at his own expense; and similar 
Ynaterial has been placed bj^ him at the dispK)sal of the Committee for 
publication in the course of 1918. 



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XVI N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETV 

Receipts: 

Balance, 1 January 1917, aa per last report S370.74 

Subecriptiona : 

B. M. Newcomb $10.00 

Grenville II. Norcroflfl 5.00 

Mrs. Arthur W. Tcdcaatle 25.00 

Mrs. M. G. MeUua 5.00 

William E. Stone 00.00 

Miss Ellen A. Slone 10.00 

1115.00 

$494.74 
Payments: 

Mifis French, for material furnished for publication, as 

per arrangement $459.00 

Miss French, for expensca 24.22 

$483.22 

Balance, 31 December 1917 $11.52 



The Report of the Committee on Heraldry, by Robert Dickson 
Weston, A.B., Chairman: 

The Committee on Heraldry begs leave to report that the past 
year has been very uneventful. The minds of men have been occu- 
pied with matters of vastly more importance than heraldry. Very 
ff^ ,Uuesticpns have been addressed to the Committee or have arisen 
\o ' ^ its consideration, and it has met but seldom. Whenever advice 
or assistance has been sought, the Committee or its members individu- 
ally have endeavored to furnish what was wanted. 



The Report of the Committee on the Library, by George Sawin 
Stewart, A.B., Secretary: 

The number of volumes and the number of genealogies acquired in 
1917 were about the same as in 1916, but the number of pamphlets 
received was somewhat less; in bulk, however, the accessions fill 
more shelf space. Considerable additions have been made to the 
local history of the Middle Atlantic and Southern States. 

The use of the Library by members and visitors in 1917 was about 
nine per cent less than in 1916. The registration of nonmembers 
was ten per cent less than in the preceding year, yet it was twenty 
per cent greater than the average of the last twelve years in the old 
building. 

The Library staff was changed towards the end of the year by the 
resignation of Mr. George J. Donnelly, who enlisted in the United 
States Naval Service, and the emplo^inent of Miss Florence C. 
Sanford of Newport, R. L, as his successor. The loss of this interested 
and efficient member, who served faithfully for more than nine years, 
is one that will be felt by all who frequent the Library. Miss Sanford 
comes well equipped to fill the vacancy. 

The Committee reiterates it^ call for more money to bind and repair 
the Society's books, pamphlets, newspapers, and manuscripts. A 
card has been prepared by the Conmiittee which shows the rapid 



REPORTS OP COMMITTEEfl XVll 

annual increase of this expense, requestfl care in handling; books, and 
solicits donations for rebinding. Copies of this card have Ixjcn 
placed on the tables in the Library. 

The Committee also calls attention to the need of adequate indexes 
to the genealogical data published during the last twenty years. A 
beginning has been made on this work by the Library staff, but 
progress is very slow because the Lil)rary stafT has l)cen reduced so 
much in recent years. 

The Committee met with a severe loss in the deatli, on 10 April 
1917, of Charles Sidney Ensign, LL.B., whose wise counsel and loyal 
interest in the work of the Society will be greatly mi.ssed. Mr. Ensign 
had been a member of the Committee since early in 1914 and had 
served as its chairman since early in 1915. Mr. John Carroll Chase 
has been appointed his successor both as a member and as chairman 
of the Committee. 



The Report of the Committee on Collection of Records, by 
George Walter Chamberlain, M.S., Chairman: 

The most notable genealogical record received in 1917 is a type- 
written copy of the "Descendants of Capt. George Barbour, 1G43," 
by Mr. Edmund Dana Barbour of Boston. This collection consists 
of seven volumes, containing 9069 typewritten pages of genealogies, 
with a consolidated index in two volumes. It is understood to repre- 
sent nineteen years of work, and is a monument of industry and 
accuracy in genealogical compilation. 



The Report of the Committee on Epitaphs, bv Myles Standish. 
A.M., M.D., S.D., Chairman: 

A number of members have applied for and received proper paper 
for recording epitaphs in accordance with the offer of the Com- 
mittee. 

Two reports have been actually made to the Committee, one 
containing 28 typewritten pages of epitaphs from Rockingham, Vt., 
by Fred Clarke Hodgman, S.B., of Valley Falls, R. L, and the other 
containing 8 pages of epitaphs from Turner, Me., by Winthrop Alex- 
ander. The Society has received from the Eddy Town-Record Fund 
a mass of epitaphs relating to Bridgewater, Mass. 



The Report of the Committee on Papers and Essays, by Alfred 
Johnson, A.M., Litt.D., Chairman: 

The Committee on Papers and Essays has presented the following 
lectures during the year 1917: 

S January. — An address by Mary Antin, of Scarsdale, N. Y. 

7 February. — "American Life as Portrayed in Early Prints," by Charlc* 
Eliot Goodspecd, of Boston, Mass. 

7 March. — "The Birth and Babyhood of the Telephone," bv Thomas A. 
Watson, of Boston, Mass., followed by a few remarks by His Excellency Samuel 
Walker McCall, LL.D., Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 



XVm N. E. HISTORIC OKNEALOOICAL SOCIETY 

4 Apiil. — "Some Old New England AcadcmicH," by Claude Moore Fuees, 
Ph.D., of Andover, Maas. 

£ May. — "Ilamblca in Old Boaton," by John ChArles States Andrew, A.M. 
S.T.B., of Lynn, Maaa. 

5 October. — "The Origin and Application of the Monroe Doctrine," by Hon. 
Howard Ilandolph Baync, M.A., B.L., of New York, N. Y. 

7 Nov€ml)er. — "A Night with John Pintard in Old New York," by Henry 
Collins Brown, of New York, N. Y. 

6 Decrmher. — An address by Lieut. Robert Archer Bowlby, of the Canadian 
Grenadiers, recently returned from France. 

Of these eight lectures four were illustrated with stcreopticon 
views, six were followed by the customary refreshments, and four of 
the lecturers came on from New York. The expenses were met 
entirely by a moderate appropriation of two hundred dollars, and a 
small balance remained, a result which was directly due to the gen- 
erosity of all the speakers in giving their services. During the coming 
season the Committee has planned to respect the Government appeal 
for food conservation, and will eliminate refreshments except on 
occasions of special significance. 

The attendance for the year showed a higher average than that 
of last year, and on January first, when Miss Antin spoke. Wilder 
Hall was taxed to its capacity and the smaller hall was used for the 
overflow. 



REPORT OF THE LIBRARIAN 

Presented by William Pre«cott Greenlaw 

The total accessions for the year number 806 volumes, 410 pam- 
phlets, and 88 miscellaneous articles. Of these, 348 volumes and 45 
pamphlets were purchased; 404 volumes, 350 pamphlets, and 88 
miscellaneous articles were given; and 54 volumes and 15 pamphlets 
were received in exchange. During the year 120 volumes were given 
to Harvard College Library by votes of the Council. Deducting 
these gifts and adding this year's accessions give 41,209 volumes and 
41,622 pamphlets as the approximate number in the Library on 
31 December 1917. Three hundred and five genealogies were 
acquired during the year. 

The growth and the use of the Library have been almost normal, 
notwithstanding the abnormal conditions that have prevailed during 
the year. 

An exhibit containing nearly all of the American genealogical pub- 
lications issued before the Society was founded was placed in the 
Library early in the year and has attract<jd much attention. A 
comparison of this meagre display with the present Library of the 
Society will reveal the chief reason for the almost incessant calls for 
more money either to house or to care for this department of the 
Society's work. 



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REPORT OP THE CORRESPONDING SECRETARY XIX 

REPORT OF THE CORRESPONDING 
SECRETARY 

Presented by Gboroe Andrews Moriartt, Jk., A.M., LL.B. 



Boston, 31 December 1917. 
During the year 1917 the following persons have joined the Society: 

CORRESPONDINQ MeMBER 

Emma Toedteberg Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Resident and Life Members 

Manley Fifield Allbright, M.A Allstoa 

Frederick Marden Ambrose Newbury 

Albert Francis Amee Cambriage 

Lizzie Daniel Rose Atkinson, M.D West Newton 

C. David Bartlett Brookline 

Mary Foster Bartlett Boston 

Percy Bartlett, A.B., M.D Hanover, N. H, 

Mrs. Sarah Gross (Hemenway) Bell, B.A West Newton 

George Henry Benchley Westwood 

Rev. Rial Benjamin Chelsea 

Mrs. Catherine (Eddy) Beveridge Indianapolis, Ind. 

Harold Bowditch, A.B., M.D Brookline 

Charles Harold Briggs, B.S Minneapolis, Minn. 

Mrs. Augusta (Richardson) Brigham Maiden 

Frederick Brooks Boston 

George Winthrop Brown Chestnut Hill 

Hon. Morgan Gardner Bulkeley, M.A., LL.D. . Hartford, Conn. 

Albert Cameron Burrage, A.B Hanson 

Esther Elmira Butterfield Derby Line. Vt. 

John Spencer Camp, M.A Hartford, Conn. 

Alice Greenwood Chapman Milwaukee, Wis. 

John W. Churchill Plj-mouth 

Katherine Farwell Clark Jamestown, R. I. 

Emma Susan Cobleigh Allston 

Harold Jefferson Coohdge, A.B., LL.B Boston 

Mary Caroline Croswell Cambridge 

Harry Alonzo Gushing, A.M., Ph.D., LL.B New York, N. Y. 

Norman Locke Cushman, A.B Winchester 

George Estabrook Dadmun, A.B., S.B New York, N. Y. 

Paul Dudley Dean^ A.B., LL.B Boston 

Arthur Stone Dewmg, A.M., Ph.D Belmont 

Frank Elliot Dickerman, A.B Somerville 

Mrs. Ellen Sturgis (Tappan) Dixey Boston 

Charles French Doble, S.B Quincy 

Frederick Townsley Drake Stoneham 

Charles Harold Floyd, S.B., A.M., LL.B Garden City, N. Y. 

MQton Blythe Galloway. A.B., S.B., M.D South Enghsh, Iowa 

Mrs. Josephine (Spencer) Gay Brookline 

Katy Boyd George Boston 

Ashbel Green, B.A Mount Kisco, N. Y. 

Chester Noyes Greenough, A.M., Ph.D Cambridge 

Courtenay Guild, A.B Boston 

Edwin Herbert HaU, A.M., Ph.D., LL.D Cambridge 



XX N. E. HISTORIC QENEALOQICAL SOCIETY 

Mrs. Anna Wallace (Wilflon) Ilardon Newton 

Theodore Lyman Harlow Gardner 

Charlcfl Theodore Hendrick Chicope*,' KalLs 

Frank Tcnncy Hitchcock Medford 

Franklin Warren Hobbs, M.S BrookJine 

Alfred Lyinan Holman Chicago, 111. 

Ilev. George Clarke Houghton. A.M., D.D. New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Frances Emily (Hitchcock) Hunt Brookline 

Anna Augusta JohnHon Somerville 

FMward Crosby Johnson, A.B Boston 

Mrs. Lizzie Ealenor (Boice) Jones, B. S Des Moines, Iowa 

Mrs. Marie Louise (Mudgc) Joy Boston 

Mrs, Mary Catherine (Iloby) Kattelle Aubumdale 

George Frederic Kendall Cambridge 

PYanklin Reed Kimball, S.B Lexington 

Anne Margaret Lang The Dalles, Oreg. 

Chester Adolbert Latham Wichita, Kans. 

Harry Hamilton Laughlin, S.D Cold Spring Harbor, 

Long Island, N. Y. 

Mrs. Lizzie I.«onard (Shaw) Leonard West Newton 

Charles Thornton Libby Portland, Me. 

Anna Powell Loring Boston 

Elisha Whipple McGuire, LL.B Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Ernest E. Malcolm New York, N. Y. 

Charles William Parker Martyn Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Anne Middleton Means Andover 

Rev. Clifton H. Mix Worcester 

Eva Louise Moffatt, B.A Allston 

Mrs. Alice Medora (Rogers) Moore Watcrtown 

Mrs. Nellie Maria (Thompson) Morris Dorchester 

Mrs. Delia Martha (Frye) Morse Marlborouj^h 

Mrs. Edith Lorraine (Powers) Moulton Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Rear-Admiral Joseph Ballard Murdock, U. S. N., Retired Hill, N. li. 

Albert N. Murray Wollaston 

Albert Lane Norris, A.M., M.D Maiden 

Edward Deering Noyes . . . • Portland, Me. 

Everett Paine Marblehead 

Edward Augustus Palmer Melrose 

Francis Robert Parks, B.A Chestnut Hill 

Clara Ellen Parsons Rye, N. H. 

William Woodhouse Peake Rye, N. Y. 

Mrs. Catharine Whitaker (Pickett) Pearson Newton 

William Huntington Perkins New York, N. Y. 

Albert Enoch Pillsbury, A.M., LL.D Wellesley 

Mrs. Helen Pendleton (Winston) Pillsbury .... Minneapolis, Minn. 

Edward E. Poor Passaic, N. J. 

Amelia Potter Westerly, R. I. 

James Maurice Prendergast Boston 

Mrs. James R. Pringle Gloucester 

Eugene Shelton Randall Eau Gallie, Fla. 

Nelson O. Rhoades Los Angeles, Cal. 

Dana Watkins Robbins Utica, N. Y. 

Rowland Ames Robbins New York, N. Y. 

William Alfred Robbins Brookhna, N. Y. 

John Francis Russell, M.D New York, N. Y. 

William Story Sargent, A.B I^exington 

Harriett Grace Scott Brookline 

George Dudley Seymour, M.A., LL.M New Haven, Conn. 

Frank Mcrritt Sheldon Newton 

Mrs. Jennie Maria (Arms) Sheldon Deerfield 

Mrs. Willis S. Shepard Brookline 

William Herbert Shuart, A.B Springfield 

Martha ^ilsbee Beverly 



1' 



REPORT OF THB CORRESPONDING SECRETARY XXi 

T. Julicn SilHby Hrcx>klinc 

Joseph John Skinner KcnwcxKl, N. Y. 

Mrs. Lilian May (Maxfield) Small Dexter, Me. 

Charlcfl Franklin Smith \Velle«ley 

Elvira BiLsh Smitii HriKhton 

Mrs. Kate (Hale) Smith Hoston 

Horace Homer Soule Diixbury 

LouIb Hollenbeck Soule Rye, N. Y. 

Charles llathbonc Stark Providence, R. I. 

Edith Stearns Boston 

Frank Knight Sturgis New York, N. Y. 

Lucy Carpenter Sweet Attleborough 

Arthur Orison Taylor Somervillc 

Harry Bates Thayer, A.M. . New Canaan, Conn. 

George Winthrop Torrey Rockland 

Bayard Tuckcrman, A.B New York, N. Y. 

Leonard Tufts Centre Harbor, N. H. 

Willis Norman Tuller Cambridge 

Cornelius Boardman Tyler, B.A., LL.B Plainfield, N. J. 

Mrs. Charlcna (Bcmis) Van Deusen Springfield 

Alonzo GifTord Van Nostrand Boston 

Robert Churchill Vose, Ph.B Brooklinc 

William Curtis Wakefield Detroit, Mich. 

George Copp Warren Ne^^-ton 

John I. Waterbury New York, N. Y. 

Arthur Jay Waters Los Angeles, Cal. 

Mrs. Cassma May (Jones) Watson, B.L Boston 

Mrs. Grace Judith Mary (Cook) Weinhold .... Boston 

James Leonard Wesson Boston 

Wesley Weyman, A.B Shirley 

Frank Whitney Boston 

Norman Clark Whittemore Rye, N. Y. 

Clarence Horace Wickham Manchester, Conn. 

Earl Morse Wilbur, A.M., D.D Berkeley, Cal. 

William Jcnness Wilcox Boston 

Gerald Gardner Wilder, A.B Brunswick, Me. 

Elizabeth S. Wilkinson Brookline 

Mrs. VaUie Mary (Burleigh) Williamson Augusta, Me. 

Frederic Winthrop, A.B Hamilton 

Frederic Scherer Withington Des Moines, Iowa 

Mrs. Jennie Stetson (Barrell) Woodman .... Lawrence 

Samuel Walter Woodward Washington^ D. C. 

Innis Young, A.B Poughkcepsie, N. Y. 

Total number of those who have joined the Society in 1917, 149. 

The following Life Member joined the Society as a Resident 
Member before 1860: 

Hon. Samuel Abbott Green, A.M., M.D., LL.D. . . June 1858 

The following Corresponding Member joined before 1860: 

Charles Combault Moreau October 1858 



N. E. HISTORIC QENEALOOICAL SOCIETT 



REPORT OF THE TREASURER 



The Treasurer suhmitfl herewith his annual report for the year 
ending 31 Dcccinlxjr 1917. 

Cash Receipts 

Caah on hand, 1 January 1917 $2,183.45 

Aiwoeamentfl $4,711.00 

Subscriptions to N. E. H. G. Regiflter 1,253.67 

Miflccllnncous Ilcgiatere Sold 713.58 

Regirtter AdvertLsing 410.05 

Income Stocks and Bonds 2,672.50 

Accrued Interest 607.50 

Accrued Rent 125.00 

Genealogies and Miscellaneous Publications .... 288.55 

Vital Records Stock 5,306.93 

Printing, Postage, and Stationery 18.60 

General Income 1,776.85 

Life Membership Fund 850.00 

Income Simmons College Mortgage 1,500.00 

" John P. J. Kidney Mortgage 175.00 

" Jane Hannan Mortgage 175.00 

" Boston Architectural Club Mortgage . . . . 291.95 

Suspense 208.55 

Cheney Memorial Book Fund 15.00 

Income 9 A Aflhburton Place 1,060.00 

Cushman Genealogical Fund 7 . 50 

Frank Edson Shedd Fund 500.00 

Eddy Town-Record Fund 4 . 82 

Consohdated Index 120.00 

Building Fund 40.00 

Horace Davis Fund 2,881.25 

Books for Library 3 . 00 

Stocks and Bonds 1,617.96 

Binding 1.50 

Miscellaneous 15.29 

$27,351.05 

Total Caah Receipts $29,534 . 50 

Cash Payments 

Books for Library $1,259.86 

Salaries 4,992.50 

Care of House 1,316.92 

Pubhshing N. E. H. G. Register 3,305.44 

Miscellaneous Expenses 327 . 26 

Printing, Postage, and Stationery 1,230.53 

Carried forward . $12,432,51 $29,534.50 



REPORT OF THE TREASURER XXlll 

Brougfd forward $12,432.51129,534.50 

HeAting and LiRhtinK 1,876.03 

Eddy Town-Record Fund 4,902.91 

CataloRuing 618.82 

Suspended Billfl 138.93 

Committee on Papers and Eaaaye 194.42 

Registers on hand 74.23 

Income 9A Aflhburton Place 1,729.46 

Insurance 320.94 

Genealogies and Miscellaneous Publications 112.42 

Construction Expense 96 . 89 

Note Payable 2,900.00 

Mortgage Interest 2,137.50 

Interest paid in advance 164.96 

Binding 178.71 

Total Cash Payments $27,878.73 

Cash Balance, 31 December 1917 $1,655.77 

Verification of Cash Balance 

Balance on hand per Boston Safe Deposit & Trust Co., 

20 December 1917 $5,541.26 

Add Deposit, 21 December 1917 243.23 

$5,784.49 
Less Interest on Deposits 70 . 30 

$5,714.19 
Less Checks outstanding: 

No. 3771 $3.45 

3772 55.15 

3774 21.00 

3775 21.50 

3776 18.77 

3777 6.88 

3778 9.25 

3779 16.60 

3780 20.75 

3781 2.00 

3782 2.20 

3786 . 2.25 

3787 20.00 

3788 .88 

3789 206.66 

3790 3.13 

3791 2,900.00 

3792 205.16 

3793 2.55 

3794 620.24 

$4.138.42 

Balance per Check Book $1,575.77 

Cash in Safe 80.00 

$1,655.77 



XXIV 



N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 



RECAPITULATION, SHOWING SUMMARIES OF ALL 





1 January 1917 


1917 
Caiih 




A sseLa Liabilii ic* 


RrreipU Paj/mmt.n 


Library, Fixtures and Fur- 










niture 


$110,601.76 








Real Estate (Society's 










Building and Land) . . 


174,711.04 






$96.89 


Consolidated Index . . . 


3,458.40 




$120.00 




Registers on hand .... 


5,527.42 




713.58 


74.23 


Genealogies and Miscel- 










laneous Publications . . 


3,030.72 




288.55 


112.42 


Vital Records Stock . . . 


12,548.89 




5,306.93 




Cash on hand 


2,183.45 








Insurance Unearned . . . 










Interest paid in advance . 


134.23 






164.96 


Books for Library .... 




$105.76 


3.00 


1,259.86 


Binding 


250.00 




1.50 


178.71 


Accrued Interest .... 


816.05 




816.05 




Accrued Rent 


125.00 




125.00 




Stocks, Bonds, Mortgages 










(Schedule A)* 


152,759.14 




1,617.96 




Real Estate (9A Ashburton 










Place) 


39,628.92 








Library Fund 




110,601.76 






Building Fund 




86,321.10 


40.00 




Mortgage Notes Payable . 




68,000.00 






Note Payable 




5,900.00 




2,900.00 


Premium Account .... 




2,157.72 






Eddy Town-Record Fund . 




9,251.88 


4.82 


4,902.91 


Mortgage Fund 




1,000.00 






Towne Memorial Fund In- 










come 




277.92 






BulkeleyFund 




468.00 






Participating Trust Funds 










(Schedules) 




177,758.89 


4,253.75 




Accrued Bills 




138.93 




138.93 


Income Account 






14,059.91 


16,173.79 


Heating and Lighting . . 








1,876.03 


Surplus 




43,793.06 






$505,775.02 


$505,775.02 


$27,351.05 


$27,878.73 



• Pro forma entrj- of securitiea account at 
Schedule A. 



the same book value as in 1916. Of. 



I 



REPORT OF THE TREASURER 
ACCOUNTS (BOOK VALUE) FOR THE YEAR 1917 



XXV 



1917 


Inventory 


31 lJLceml>cr 1917 


Journal 


31 December 






Debits 


Credits 


1917 


Assets 


lAohilities 








$110,601.76 










174,807.93 










3,338.40 




$874.81 




$5,762.88 


5,762.88 




43.72 




2,898.31 


2,898.31 




5,411.13 


$4.31 


12,648.78 


12,648.78 
1,655.77 




294.60 


299.19 
1,140.01 




294.00 
11.09 






227.21 


200.00 


200.00 




826.35 






826.35 




418.95 


82.04 




418.95 

151,059.14 

39,628.92 


$110,601.76 

86,361.10 

68,000.00 

3,000.00 


82.04 








2,075.68 




5,411.13 


575.00 




9,764.92 
1,000.00 

277.92 
468.00 




49.01 






182,061.65 




35.15 






35.15 


28,759.28 


30,873.16 










1,146.03 


730.00 


730.00 




2,556.36 








41,236.70 


$39,267.24 


$39,267.24 


$22,814.97 


$504,882.88 


$504,882.88 



xxvi n. e. historic genealooical 80cibtt 

General Income Account 
This Account has been charged with the following items, viz.: 

Society's Hoiwe, Care and Repairs $1,319.07 

Committee on Papers and Enflayfl 191.67 

Heating and Lighting 1,140.03 

Interest 2,436.69 

Miscellaneous Expense 311.97 

Printing, Postage, and Stationery 1,211.93 

Income 9 A Ashburton Place 278.01 

Salaries . 4,192.50 

Cataloguing 587.09 

Binding 99.00 

Publishing N. E. H. G. Regiflter 147.00 

Insurance 26.34 

Total charges for the year to this account .... 111,948.50 

and has been accredited with the following, viz.: 

Unrestricted Investment, Income $4,161.22 

Admissions and Assessments 2,883.00 

Genealogies and Miscellaneous Publications . . . . 39.41 

Publishing N. E. H. G. Register 531.60 

Donations, etc 1,770.85 

Total credits for the year to this account .... $9,392.14 

Balance to Surplus Account $2,556.36 

Schedule A 

The following is a detailed statement of all the investments of the 
Society, excepting the Real Estate: 

BONDS Book Value 

10 American Telephone <fe Telegraph Co. Collateral 

Trust 4's, due 1 July 1929. Nos. 9766-70, 10458-62 $10,000.00 
5 Butte Water Co. 5's, due 1 July 1921. Noe. 1171-5 4,000.00 

2 Chicago, Burlington & Quincv R. R. Co. (Illinois 

Div.) 3i'8, due 1 July 1949. Nos. 13684-5 . . . 1,SS0.00 
5 Chicago, Burlington <fc Quincy R. R. Co. 4'8, due 1 

Mar. 1958. Nos. 1529-33 4,890.62 

10 Chicago Junction Rys. & Union Stockyards Co. 4'8, 

due 1 Apr. 1940. Nos. 1503-12 10,000.00 

4 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Ry. Co. 4's, due 1 

Apr. 1934. Noe. 3954, 6662-3, 14054 3,890.00 

5 Concord & Montreal R. R. Co. 3i's, due 1 June 1920. 

Nos. 316-20 5,000.00 

3 Detroit, Grand Rapids & Western R. R. Co. 4'8, due 

1 Apr. 1946. Nos. 1872, 3573, 3576 2,985.00 

Flint & Pere Marquette R. R. Co. Bond Series . . 3,300.00 
2 Lake Shore <fc Michigan Southern Ry. Co. Deben- 
ture 4*8, due 1 Sept. 1928. Nos. M36693-4 . . . 1.937.50 

Carried forward $47,883.12 



REPORT OF THE TREASURER XXVU 

Brought forward $47,883.12 

5 Massachusetts Gas Co. 4^*0, due 1 Jan. 1929. Nos. 

2824-8 4,950.25 

4 Milwaukee, Sparta & Northwestern R. R. Co. 4'8, due 

1 Mar. 1947. Nos. 12308-11 3,760.00 

2 Minneapolis <fc St. Louis R. R. Co. 5'8, due 1 Nov. 



neap( 

L N 



1934. Noe. 3106-7 2,000.00 

2 Missouri Pacific Ry. Co. Collateral 5'8, due 1 Jan. 

1917. Noa. 11828-9 2,000.00 

3 New York Central <fe Hudson River R. R. Co. 
(Michigan Central) 3J'8, due 1 Feb. 1998. Nos. 

M794-6, Registered 2,700.00 

5 New York, New Haven & Hartford R. R. Co. 3i'8, 

due 1 Mar. 1947. Nob. 4936-40 5,000.00 

3 Northern Pacific & Great Northern R. R. Co. Joint 4*8, 

due 1 July 1921. Nos. 32401, 92549, 125312 . . 2,868.75 
3 Western Telephone & Telegraph Co. 5'8, due 1 Jan. 

1932. Noe. 5048-50 3,000.00 

5 Western Union Telegraph Co. 4i'8, due 1 May 1950. 

Nos. 12364-8 5,000.00 

Total Book Value of Bonds 179,168.12 

STOCKS Book Value 

625 shares Austin Water Co., No. 7 $600.00 

50 shares Boston & Maine R. R. Co., common. No. 

B23593 9,805.00 

15 shares Cambridge Gas Light Co., Nos. 4594, 4598, 

5331, 5801, 6284 2,723.90 

Total Book Value of Stocks $13,128.90 

MORTGAGES 

Mortgage on Real Elstate in Ashmont $3,500.00 

" " " at 16 Somerset Street ! ! 14^300^00 
" " " " 18 " "... 37,500.00 
Total Value of Mortgages $58,800.00 

Total Investment (Book Value) $151,097.02 

Cambridge Gas Light Co. Rights 37.88 

Total $151,059.14 



xxvlll n. e. historic genealooical society 

Schedule B 
Funds participating in the Income of Investments: 

Librarian Fund $12,763.13 

Life McmberHhip Fund 29,294.74 

Donors' Free Fund 1,305.00 

Ebenezcr Alden Fund 1 ,000 . 00 

William Sumner Appleton Fund 257 . 54 

Walter Titus Avery Fund 950.00 

John Barstow Fund 1,200.00 

Robert Charles Billings Fund 5,000.00 

Robert Charles Billings Book Fund 5,000.00 

Henry Bond Fund 2,500.00 

John Merrill Bradbury Fund 2,500.00 

Edward I ngersoU Browne Fund 1,000.00 

Cheney Memorial Book Fund 427 . 67 

Jonas Gilman Clark Fund 2,000.00 

Thomas Crane Fund 1,000.00 

Cuahman Genealogical Fund 521.97 

Horace Davis Fund . 2,881.25 

Benjamin Franklin Dewing Fund 164.95 

Phny Earle Fund 1,000.00 

Robert Henry Eddy Fund 36,788.00 

Charles Louis Flint Fund 5,000.00 

John Foster Fund 5,000.00 

Charles Edward French Fund 1,000.00 

Moses Kimball Fund 5,000.00 

Charles Lamed Fund 1,000.00 

Williams liatham Fund 1,000.00 

George Sumner Mann Fund 2,306.96 

Noah Martin Fund 200.44 

Ira Ballou Peck Fund 1,000.00 

Mary Warren Russell Fund 3,000.00 

Samuel Elwell Sawyer Fund 4,000.00 

Anne Ehzabeth Sever Fund 5,000.00 

Frank Edson Shedd Fund 500.00 

Edmund Farwell Slafter Fund 500.00 

George Plumer Smith Fund 10,000.00 

Joseph Henry Stickney Fund 1,000.00 

William Cleaves Todd Fund 11,000.00 

William Blanchard To wne Memorial Fund 3,000.00 

WilUam Blake Traak Fund 500.00 

John Harvey Treat Fund 10,000.00 

Mehitable Calef Coppenhagen Wilson Fund ...... 500.00 

Robert Charles Winthrop, Jr., Fund 3,000.00 

CjTUs Woodman Fund 1.000.00 

Total $182,061.65 

Lew C. Hill, Tre^isxircr. 

Auditors' CERTincATES 
The undersigned hereby certify that they have examined the securities of the 
New England Historic Genealogical Society and have found them to be in ac- 
cordance with the lists. 

Charles S. Penhallow; 



Boston, 4 January 1918. George S. Stewart 

The books and accounts of the Treasurer of the New England Historic Genea- 
logical Society for the year 1917 have been thoroughly examined; the disburse- 
ments of cash have been compared with the vouchers; the balance of cash on 
hand at the close of the year, $1,655.77, was verified; and all were found to be 
correct. 

William Franklin Hall, C.P.A., 
Boston, 31 December 1917. Accountant and AudUor 



REPORT OP THE HISTORIAN XXIX 

REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE 
KIDDER FUND 



x5(x.<<DN, 31 Decemoek 1917. 

Balance on hand, 31 December 1916 $388.58 

Dividend No. 12, 1 February 1917 75.00 

Dividend No. 13, 1 August 1917 100.00 

1563.58 
Bookfl 320.16 



Balance on hand, Merchants National Bank $243.42 

I 



Francis N. Baix:h 

Wm. Sumner Appleton )■ Trustees 

R. Henry W. Dwiqht 



REPORT OF THE HISTORIAN 

Presented by Rev. Lewis Wilder IIickls, M.A. 

NECROLOGY FOR 1917 
[The dales in the first column indicate the years of election] 

Corresponding Member 

1878 William Augustus Mowry, A.M., Ph.D., LL.D., of Hyde Park, 
Mass., a corresponding member since 1908, was bom at Uxbridge, 
Mass., 13 Augimt 1829, and died at Hyde Park 20 May. 

Life Members 

1870 Nathaniel Johnson Rust, of Boston, a life member since 1872, was 

bom at Gorham, Me., 28 November 1833, and died in Boston 

5 Febmciry. 
1904 Sarah Haskell Crocker, of Boston, was bora in Boston 8 September 

1840, and died there 31 March. 
1889 Charles Sidney Ensign, LL.B., of Newton, Mass., was born at 

Hartford, Conn., 26 July 1842, and died at Newixin 10 April. 
1903 Franklin Howard Gilson, of Wellesley, Mass., a life member since 

1911, was born at Cambridge, Mass., 21 December 1854, and died 

at Wellesley 19 April. 
1877 Henry Deering, A.M., of Portland, Me., a life member since 1S94, 

was bom at Portland 29 September 1842, and died there 19 August. 
1908 Hon. Prentiss Cummings, A.B., LL.B., of Brookline, Mass., was bora 

at Sumner, Me., 10 September 1840, and died at Paris, Me., 18 

September. 



XXX N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL 80CIETT 

1890 Georqk Vasmer Leverett, A.M., LL.B., of Boston, a life member 
since 1891, waa bom at Charlcatown, Mass., 16 F'ebruary 1846, and 
died in Boston 18 October. 

1886 Edwin Perry Wells, B.S., of Newton, Mass., a life mcnil)cr since 

1910, was bom at Southbridge, Mass., 2 June 1859, and died at 
Newton 13 December. 
1913 Mrs. Jennie B. (Morrow) Pitller, of Boston, waa bora at Albany, 
N. Y., 14 August 1850, and died at Roxbury, Mass., 24 December. 

Resident ^fembe^a 

1916 Samuel Kendall Burdank, of Pittsford, Vt., was bora at Proctors- 

ville, Vt., 15 March 1844, and died at Pittsford 21 January. 
1880 Alfred Otis Larkin, of Portsmouth, N. II., was bora at Monterey, 

Cal., and died in Hong-Kong 21 January. 
1894 James Macmaster Codman, A.B., of Brookline, Mass., was bora in 

Paris, France, 17 April 1831, and died at Brookline 24 January. 
1915 John Fletcher Moffett, of Watertown, N. Y., was bom at Paris 

Hill, N. Y., 15 April 1841, and died in New York City 28 January. 
1897 JosiAH Henry Benton, A.M., LL.D., of Boston, was bora at Addison, 

Vt., 4 August 1843, and died in Boston 6 Febmary. 

1912 Henry Dwight Holton, A.M., M.D., of Brattleboro, Vt., was lx)ra 

at S'axton's River, Vt., 24 July 1838, and died at Brattleboro 12 
Febmary. 

1909 Hon. Henry Sewall Webster, A.M., of Gardiner, Me., was bora at 

Augusta, Me., 26 September 1845, and died at Gardiner 16 Februar>'. 
1894 Franklin Benjamin Sanborn, A.B., of Concord, Mass., was bora at 
Hampton Falls, N. H., 15 December 1831, and died at Wcstfield, 
N. J., 24 Febmary. 

1887 Edward Tobey Tucker, A.B., M.D., of New Bedford, Mass., waa 

born at New Bedford 29 September 1849, and died there 10 April. 

1887 Charles Everett Ranlett, of Newton, Mass., was born at Mont- 
ville. Me., 9 November 1816, and died at Newton 3 May. 

1904 George Herbert Beam.\j;, of Washington, D. C, was bora at 
Edgartown, Mass., 27 July 1845, and died in Washington 5 May. 

1904 Lieut.-Col. Franklin Lawrence Joy, Massachusetts National 
Guard, of Roxbury, Mass., was bora in Boston 15 October 1857, 
and died there 12 May. 

1900 Wilton Francis Bucknam, of Stoneham, Mass., was bora at Stone- 
ham 9 Febmary 1861, and died there 28 May. 

1913 Mrs. Lucy Sanborn (Goodell) Connor, of Stow, Mass., was born 

at Hillsborough, N. H., 22 February 1836, and died at Stow 
23 June. 
1885 Oliver Leonard Briggs, of Boston, was bora at Westmoreland, 
N. H., 18 September 1832, and died in Boston 8 July. 

1917 Samuel Walter Woodward, of Washington, D. C, waa bora at 

Damariscotta, Me., 13 December 1S4S, and died at Stockbridge, 
Mass., 1 August. 

1910 Moses Greeley Parker, M.D., of Lowell, Mass., was born at Dra- 

cut, Mass., 12 October xS42, and died at Lowell 1 October. 

1913 John Taylor Sloan, of New Haven, Conn., was born in New York 
City 12 Fcbmar>' 1846, and died at New Haven 12 October. 

1899 Charles Frederic Fitz, of Watertown, Mass., was born at Kings- 
ton, N. H., 20 March 1835, and died at Watertown 24 October. 



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1913 Edwahu 08CA.H PuNCHARD, Ph.G., of Winchester, MaKs., was bom at 
Chelsea, Masa., 1 March 1855, and died at Winchester 15 November. 

1904 Maky Kinqsburt Talcott, of Hartford, Conn., waa born at Hart- 
ford 3 November 1847, and died there 17 November. 

1900 John Dowst, of Manchester, N. H., waa born at AUenstown, N. H., 
12 January 1848, and died at Manchester 22 November. 

1913 Ida Eloise McElwain, of BrookUne, Mass., was born at ChArles- 
town, Mafls., 2 January 1870, and died at Brookline 23 November. 

1883 Hon. William Eaton Cilandler, A.M., LL.D., of Concord, N. H,, 
was born at Concord 28 December 1835, and died there 30 November. 

1887 William Francis Harbach, of Newton, Mass., was bom at Newton 

4 August 1842, and died there 12 December. 
1913 WiLUAM Erastus Cushino, A.B., LL.B., of Cleveland, Ohio, was 

born at Cleveland 23 September 1853, and died there 19 December. 
1909 Joseph Webber Chadwick, A.M., of Maiden, Mass., was bom at 

China, Me., 8 May 1836, and died at Maiden 21 December. 
1911 Rev. Leverett Wilson Spring, M.A., D.D., of Boston, was bora at 

Grafton, Vt., 5 January 1840, and died in Boston 23 December. 

Deaths that occurred in "previous years, hut not recorded until now 

1888 Nicholas Darnell Davis, C.M.G., F.R.H.S., F.R.C.I, of London, 

England, a corresponding member, was bom at St. George's, 
Grenada, B. W. L, 4 Febmary 1846, and died at Bath, Somerset- 
shire, England, 29 September 1915. 

1895 Frank Augustus Allen, of Cambridge, Mass., a resident member, 
was born at Sanford, Me., 29 January 1835, and died at Cambridge 
22 May 1916. 

1881 John Howard Burdakin, of Dedham, Mass., a resident member, 
was bom at Cambridge, Mass., 3 November 1840, and died at 
Dedham 14 October 1916. 

1898 Frederick James Hamilton Merrill, Ph.D., of Los Angeles, Cal.. 
a life member, was bom in New York City 30 April 1861, and diea 
at Ix)s Angeles 29 November 1916. 



MEMOIRS 

or THB 

NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

Prepared by Ret. Lewis Wilder Hioxb, M.A., IlistoriAn 



The following pages contain obituary notices of members who 
died during the year 1917, with the addition of four who died in pre- 
ceding years. The notices are arranged in the order in which the 
deaths occurred. 

1915 

Nicholas Darnell Davis, C.M.G., F.R.H.S., F.R.C.I., of Lon- 
don, England, a corresponding member since 1888, was born at St. 
George's, Grenada, B.W.I., 4 February 1846, the son of Hon. Wilham 
Darnell and Agnes (Slinger) Davis, and died at Bath, Somersetshire, 
England, 29 September 1915. His ancestor, Wilham Davis, from Meri- 
onethshire, Wales, settled in Bermuda in the seventeenth century, 
and married Ehzabeth ap Owen, daughter of Richard ap Owen of 
Devon Tribe, Bermuda. Their grandson, Wilham Davis, removed 
to Antigua, B.W.I., and the son of the latter, John Davis of Planta- 
tions Hawes and Cocoanut, Antigua, married Arabella Spencer, 
daughter of Col. Thomas Spencer of Spencer Hale Estate, Antigua. 
Their son, Hon. Benjamin BrowTi Davis of Hawes's, Antigua, and of 
Belmont, St. Christopher, B.W.I., married Frances Darnell, one of 
the Darnells of Thornley, co. Durham, England, and was the father 
of Hon. Wilham Darnell Davis, Chief Justice and President of the 
island of Grenada and father of the subject of this memoir. 

Nicholas Darnell Davis was educated at the school of Rev. John 
Collingwood Bruce, Newcastle-on-Tyne, co. Northumberland, and 
at Totteridge Park School, Hertfordshire, England. The greater 
part of his hfe was spent in the Colom'al civil service. For several 
years he was employed in the office of the private secretary of the 
Governor of Grenada, and was afterwards private secretary' to Ad- 
ministrator Baynes. Then, from 1866 on, he served as a clerk in 
various departments of the government in British Guiana. In 
1870-1 he was secretary of the Commissioners of Inquiry' into the 
Treatment of Indian Immigrants in British Guiana, and in 1872-3 
secretary to the Royal Commission to Mauritius, charged vriih 
similar duties. In 1874-1876 he was civil commandant at Sherbro, 
Sierra Leone, in 1876-1881 postmaster general of British Guiana, in 
1881-1898 comptroller of customs, and in 1898-1908 auditor general 
of British Guiana. He was a member of the Executive Council and 

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MEMOIIIS XXXllI 

a member ex ojjlcio of the Court of Policy, and on various occasions 
acted as Government secretary and as Deputy Governor of British 
Guiana. 

In 1908 he retired from the public service and devoted himself to 
research in West Indian history, in which he had already become an 
authority. His most important work was "The Cavahers and Round- 
heads of Barbados," but many other books and articles were the 
product of his pen. The condition of his health compelled him to 
abandon his plans for a comprehensive historical work on the West 
Indies; but shortly before his death he presented his manuscript 
notes, .together with a collection of his printed writings, to the Royal 
Colonial Institute. 

He married at Dover, co. Kent, England, 27 November 1883, 
Sarah Augusta Haliburton Smith, eldest daughter of Rev. John Bain- 
bridge and Emma Maria (Haliburton) Smith and granddaughter of 
Judge Thomas Chandler Haliburton, D.C.L., of Nova Scotia, who 
acquired literary fame as the author of the Sam Shck papers and was 
in his later years a member of Parhament for Launceston, co. Corn- 
wall. Mr. Davis's wife, together with a daughter, Emma Agnes 
Darnell Davis, survives him. 

1916 

Frank Augustus Allen of Cambridge, Mass., a resident member 
since 1895, was born at Sanford, Me., 29 January 1835, the son of 
Horace Octavius and Elizabeth (Derby) Allen, and died at Cambridge 
22 May 1916. He traced his descent from George^ Allen of Sandvvich, 
Mass., through Samuel,* James,' Ebenezer,* James,' Eleazer,* Elisha,^ 
and Horace Octavius,* his father. His great-grandfather, Eleazer 
Allen, was a prisoner on the British man-of-war Royal George, when 
she capsized and sank, 29 August 1782, while being repaired in Spit- 
head, Elngland, a disaster which caused the loss of over one thousand 
of some thirteen hundred persons on board, and which was commem- 
orated in Cowper's poem, "The Loss of the Royal George." 

His father, Horace Octavius Allen, a graduate of Bowdoin College 
and a practising lawyer, died when his son Frank Augustus was two 
years of age, and the latter while still a lad worked as a bobbin boy 
in mills at Sanford and Biddeford, Me. In 1856 he started in the dry 
goods business at Saccarappa, Me., and subsequently, 1860-1865, 
developed a large dry goods manufacturing business in New York 
City. In 1867 he moved to Boston, took over the old Copeland lease, 
where the then famous Copeland restaurant stood in ScoUay Square, 
and started in the coffee and tea business, in which he remained until 
his retirement shortly before his death. 

In 1871 he removed from Boston to Cambridge, where in 1875 and 

1876 he was a member and president of the Common Council and in 

1877 was mayor. During his short administration of city affairs 
he was instrumental in introducing many practical reforms affecting 
the Cambridge cemetery administration and the city poorhouse, and 
was also largely responsible for changes in the laws relating to the 
sinking funds. From 1878 until a short time before liis death he was 



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XXXIV N. E. HISTORIC GENEAI^OICAL SOCIETY 

himself a member of the Cambridge board charged with the manage- 
ment of the sinking funds. 

He was a fine example of the old New England type of self-made 
man, helping to support his mother when he was hardly ten years of 
age, and starting in business on his own account when only twenty- 
one. He had a clear head for all financial matters, and he exercised 
a lasting and beneficial influence on many of the affairs of the city 
which he loved and served. 

He married first, 9 January 1858, Annie G. Scribner, who died in 
1865; and secondly, in 18GG, Ehzabeth Scribner, who died in 1913. 
A son, Herbert M. Allen, a daughter, Annie Allen, and two grand- 
children survive him. 

By Herdert M. Allen of Cambridge, Moss. 

John Howard Burdakin of X^edham, Mass., a resident member 
since 1881, was born at Cambridge, Mass., 3 November 1840, the son 
of John Clark and Catharine Ehza (Nutting) Burdakin, and died at 
Dedham 14 October 1916. He was a grandson of Joseph Burdakin 
and a great-grandson of James Burdakin. 

His early years were spent in Cambridge, and in the pubhc schools 
of that city and in a private school in Boston he received his educa- 
tion. At the age of seventeen years he entered the office of WiUiam 
V. Thompson, a conveyancer of Boston, where he remained for three 
years. Then, for more than a year, he was a clerk in the Middlesex 
Registry of Deeds at East Cambridge. On 31 May 1862 he enlisted 
as a private in Company I, Twenty-second Infantry', New York 
National Guard; and when his term of service, most of which was 
spent at Harper's Ferry and at Bolivar Heights, Va., had expired, he 
was mustered out in New York on 5 September 1863. 

After the close of the war he became a clerk in the Norfolk Registry 
of Deeds, and early in 1873 was appointed assistant register there. 
At the close of that year, Mr. Ford having declined a reelection as 
register of deeds, Mr. Burdakin w^as elected as his successor, and 
entered upon the duties of the office on 7 January- 1874. From that 
time he rendered conspicuous service to the county, receiving the 
constant support of both pohtical parties and the full confidence of 
the voters. The new registry building owes its inception, its com- 
pletion, and its fine appointments to his tactful foresight and wisdom. 

His one absorbing interest outside his chosen work was in the 
Dedham Historical Society, to whose membership he was elected, 
together with the late Don Gleason Hill, in 1880. The headquarters 
of the Society and its small Ubrary were then in the county com- 
missioners' oflSce in the Court House. The two young men gave 
their unstinted and undivided support to that society, in which Mr. 
Burdakin served as hbrarian from 1885 and as curator from 1886. 

Mr. Burdakin was long connected ^^'ith the Dedham Institution 
for Savings, having been a trustee from 12 May 1885, a member of the 
Committee of Investment from May 1908, and vice-president from 
11 May 1912. To this bank he brought his valuable knowledge of 
estates in Dedham and its vicinity, an excellent judgment, and the 
exceptional training of his vocation, not to mention those admirable 



MEMOIRS XXXV 

traits of character which so warmly endeared him to his fellow 
members. A man of quiet demeanor, but of good capacity for execu- 
tive work, he found congenial interests in the duties lie so cheerfully 
performed, and became an important factor in promoting the highest 
welfare of the bank. 

Charles W. Carroll Post No. 144, G.A.Il., of Dcdham, received hLs 
loyal support, his charter membership dating from 2S July 1871, and 
he was elected its adjutant in 1882 and 1883 and its sergeant major 
in 1884 and 1885. He served as a member of the School Committee 
of Dedham from 1889 to 1890 and as a trustee of the Dedham Pubhc 
Library from 1896 to 1911. He belonged also to the Fisher Ames 
Club, the Norfolk Ilepubhcan Club, the Dedham Boat Club, and 
other organizations. 

His sterhng qualities of character not only shone among a wide 
acquaintance, but were an inspiring influence in his private hfe, 
his home and the First Church receiving the best he had to give. 

He married, 18 November 1874, Ella Louise Smith, daughter of 
Nathaniel and Mary Elizabeth (PhilHps) Smith, who survives him, 
together with two children, Leshe Richard of Allston, Mass., and 
Lillian, a pupil at RadcHffe College, Cambridge. 

Cf. Memorial preneated at a Meetiilg of the Trustees of the Dedham Institution of 
Savings, 11 May 1917. 

Frederick James Hamilton Merrill, Ph.D., of Los Angeles, 
Cal., a hfe member since 1898, was born in New York City 30 April 
1861, the son of Hamilton Wilcox and Louisa (Kauffmann) Merrill, 
and died at Los Angeles 29 November 1916. He was a descendant 
of Nathaniel Merrill, an early settler at Newbury, Mass., through 
John,* Daniel,' Israel,* Jared,* Asa," and Hamilton Wilcox,^ his 
father. His mother, who was bom in New York City 14 March 1820, 
was the daughter of Christian Heinrich and Sophia (Copous) Kauff- 
mann, the former a native of Stuttgart, Wiirttemberg, and the latter 
a native of London, England. 

He received his education at the CharUer Institute and at the 
School of Mines, Columbia University, where he received the degree 
of Ph.B. in 1885 and that of Ph.D. in 1890. 

Dr. Merrill was a distinguished geologist, and rendered great 
practical service in his profession, holding for many years official 
positions first in the State of New Jersey and later in the State of New 
York. After 1904 he was engaged in private practice as a mining 
geologist, and since 1913 he had been field assistant of the CaUfornia 
State Mining Bureau. He was the director of the scientific exhibit 
of the State of New York at the Chicago Exposition in 1893, at the 
Buffalo Exposition in 1901, and at the St. Louis Exposition in 1904. 
He was a member of many scientific and professional societies, and 
was the author of numerous scientific pubHcations. 

He married, 1 September 1887, Winifred Edgerton of New York, 
daughter of Emmet and Clara (Cooper) Edgerton, and was the father 
of four children, Louise Edgerton, Hamilt<)n, Winifred, and Edgerton. 

Cf. Who's Who in America, 1916-1917, p. 16S3. 



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XXXVl N. E. HISTORIC OENEALOOICAL SOCIETY 

1917 ( 

Samuel Kendall Buhbank of Pittsford, Vt., a resident mcml>cr 
since 1916, was born at Proctorsville, Vt., 15 March 1844, the son of 
Abel and Almira (Blood) Burbank, and died at Pittsford 21 January 
1917. His paternal grandfather, Samuel Burbank, son of Samuel 
and grandson of Timothy, served as a captain at the Battle of Bunker 
Hill. 

He received his education in the common schools, and devoted his 
life to business and to serving others in the spirit of Christian helpful- 
ness. As town clerk and town treasurer of Pittsford, as a memlxir of 
the Vermont Legislature in 1894-95, and as president, treasurer, and 
chairman of the Board of Directors of the Maclure Library Associa- 
tion, he was faithful in the conscientious performance of duty and 
won a multitude of friends. Loyal to his own church, he was always 
ready to cooperate with other churches in every useful work. Few 
among the citizens of Pittsford have been more unselfish, more 
versatile, more useful, and more beloved. 

He married, 19 June 1872, Nancy J. Tottingham, who survives 
him. 

Alfred Otis Larkin of Portsmouth, N. H., a resident member 
since 1880, was bom at Monterey, Cal., the son of Thomas OUver 
and Rachel Haven (Holmes) Larkin, and died in Hong-Kong 21 
January 1917. His paternal grandparents were Ebenezer and Mary 
(Ohver) Larkin, Mary Oliver being a descendant of Elder Thomas 
Oliver, who came to Boston from England in 1632. He was also 
descended from Richard Warren of the Mayflower. His father, 
Thomas Oliver Larkin, was United States consul at Monterey, before 
the acquisition of Cahfomia by the United States. 

Alfred Otis Larkin was educated at private schools in Washington, 
D. C, and was a student at the Harvard Medical School in 1868-69. 
He was a man of wealth, and never engaged in any active business or 
profession. After the death of his parents he made his home in 
Portsmouth, but spent his winters abroad. He was a great traveller, 
and had journeyed around the world several times. For many years 
he was a vestryman of St. John's Church (Episcopal), Portsmouth, 
and he was a member of the Portsmouth Athenaium and of a number 
of CaUfornia societies. 

He married, at Portsmouth, Mary Ball, daughter of Trueworthy 
M. and Alice Douglas (Sistare) Ball, and had one daughter, Alice 
Sistare Larkin, who was married, in September 1914, to Henry 
Wroughton Tonemin of St. Albans, co. Herts, England. 

James Macmaster Codman, A.B., of Brookline, Mass., a resident 
member since 1894, was bom in Paris, France, 17 April 1831, the 
son of Charles Russell and Anne (Macmaster) Codman, and died at 
BrookUne 24 January 1917. He was a descendant of Robert^ Cod- 
man, the immigrant, who was at Salem, Mass., in 1637, lived later at 
Salisbury, Mass., and in Connecticut, and died at Edgartown, then 
belonging to New York but later transferred to Massachusetts, in 



MEMOIRS XXXVU 

1678, his line of descent leading through Stephen,' John,* John,* and 
John' to Charles Russell, • his father. His mother, l)orn in London, 
England, in July 1798, was the daughter of James Macmaatcr of 
Ix)ndon and his wife, Anne Van Buskirk of New Jersey, daughter of 
Col. Abraham (Jacob, Thomas) and Jane (Dey) Van Buskirk. Jane 
Dey was of New York, and was the daughter of Anthony* Dey 
(Richard,' Anthony,* Richard,^ who emigrated from Holland to New 
Netherland about 1635) and his wife, Hester Schuyler (Phihp,* 
Arnold,* Philip/ who emigrated from Holland to New Netherland 
in 1650). 

James Macmaster Codman received his early education at Mr. 
and Mrs. Marshall's school, Bulfinch Street, Boston, at Cushing and 
Forbes's school, under the Park Street Church, Boston, at the Boston 
Latin School, and at Dr. Muhlenberg's school at Flushing, Long 
Island, N. Y. He entered Harvard College in 1847, and received the 
degree of A.B. in 1851. 

In the year in which he received his academic degree Mr. Codman 
went to the East Indies, and afterwards, for a few years, he was 
engaged in Boston in business connected with the India trade. In 
1858 he removed from Boston to Brookline, and thenceforth, until 
his death, this town was his place of residence. Much of his time, 
however, was spent in travel, and, in addition to the East Indies, he 
visited Japan, Egypt, many European countries, the West Indies, 
and various parts of the North American continent. 

He was interested in agriculture and horticulture, and from Iiis 
student days had made a study of the pedigrees of blooded cattle, 
especially of Guernsey cattle. He had visited the island of Guern- 
sey, and was one of the first to import into America a herd of Guernsey 
cattle. He was for many years president, and afterwards president 
emeritus, of the American Cattle Club. 

Literature and art also claimed his attention. For nearly twenty 
years he served as a trustee of the Brookline PubUc Library, and for 
two years he was one of the selectmen of the town. He was a member 
of the Union Club and of the St. Botolph Club of Boston. 

He married, 19 October 1858, Henrietta Gray Sargent, who sur- 
vives him, daughter of Ignatius and Henrietta (Gray) Sargent. 
Their children were: 1. Francis, born in 1859, died unmarried in 
1885. 2. James Macmaster, of Brookline, A.B. (Harvard, 1884), 
born 20 April 1862, a lawyer practising in Boston. 3. Henry Sar- 
gent, born in 1864, died unmarried in 1893. 4. PhiUp, A.B. (Har- 
vard, 1889), bom 6 October 1868, died unmarried 28 October 1896. 
5. Cora, born 12 July 1874, married, 24 July 1894, to William Ely 
of Providence, R. I. 

John Fletcher Moffett of Watertown, N. Y., a resident member 
since 1915, was born at Paris Hill, Oneida Co., N. Y., 15 April 1841, 
the son of Charles Denny and Emily Hayman (Knollin) Moffett, 
and died in New York City 28 January 1917. He traced his descent 
from Wilham^ Moffat or Muffet of Newbury, Mass., tlirough Joseph,* 
Joseph,* Joseph,* and Charles Denny,* his father. He also numbered 
among his ancestors, on the paternal side, members of the Sargent, 



XXXVlll N. E. HISTORIC OENEAJXJQICAL 80CIETT 

Bliss, Leonard, Richardson, Church, and Kendall famihcs, and was 
a descendant of John Ilowland, John Tilley, and Richard Warren of 
tlic Mayflower, His mother was a native of Brixham, co. Devon, 
England, and came to America in 1827. 

In 1845 Mr. MofTett's parents removed to Rodman, Jefferson Co., 
N. Y., and there his early hfe was spent, with the exception of two 
years of study at the Jefferson County Institute in Watertown, N. Y. 
In 1860 he entered the employ of the Watertown Bank & Loan 
Company in Watertown, where he remained for five years. He 
then became connected with Wooster Sherman's private bank for 
a short time, and in 1866 helped to reorganize a private bank owned 
by Norris Winslow. Tliis became the Merchants' Bank, and Mr. 
Moflett was its cashier until 1882, as well as a stockholder and 
director. In that year he undertook the building of waterworks, 
electric light plants, steam railroads, street railways, etc., and the 
firm of Moffett, Hodgkins & Clarke, with which he was connected, 
had offices in New York City, and did a very extcn.sive business in 
nearly every State of the Union and in Canada. After the dissolu- 
tion of this company in 1893 Mr. Moffett did not engage in any other 
active business, but was occupied with his private affairs. 

He always maintained a residence in Watertown, was active in the 
Methodist Church there, and was influential in estabhshing the Young 
Men's Christian Association in his home city. He was connected 
with, many enterprises in Watertown, both philanthropic and com- 
mercial. He was an active Repubhcan, and later a Progressive, but 
he never held any pohtical office. He had much to do with making 
the Thousand Islands a summer resort, and for many years his family 
spent their summers in their cottage there. Shortly before his death, 
however, he purchased a home at Sacket's Harbor on Lake Ontario, 
where he contemplated spending his last years. 

Mr. Moffett was a man of unusual physical vitahty, and never 
knew illness until his last few years. Of sanguine temperament and 
generous, fun-loving disposition, his years sat hghtly upon him, and 
he walked and spoke with the vigor of a much younger man. His 
mental abihties and business acumen were of a high order, while his 
readiness in mastering details and in going to the bottom of any 
subject in which he was interested was marvellous, even in his later 
years. 

He married, 28 January 1862, Frances Pamela Todd of Rodman, 
N. Y., who died 26 January 1909, daughter of Enoch L. and Emmehne 
Jennette (Smith) Todd, a woman whose strength and sweetness of 
character, combined with unusual gifts of mind and with outward 
charm, made her an ideal companion and mother. Five children 
survive their father: Charles Todd, Jeannette Todd, Grace Emily, 
Frances Smith, and Earle Mortimer. Another child, Ella Bowman, 
died at the age of five years. 

JosiAH Henry Benton, A.M., LL.D., of Boston, a resident 
member since 1891, was born at Addison, Vt., 4 August 1843, the 
son of Josiah Henry and Martha Ellen (Danforth) Benton, and died 
in Boston 6 February 1917. He was a descendant of Andrew^ 



MEMOIRS XXXIX 

Benton of Milford, Conn., through Samuel,* Jacob,* Jacob,* Samuel 
Slade,^ and Josiah Henry," his father. 

lie attended the Literary and Scientific Institute at New London, 
N. 11., and studied law at the Albany Law School, which gave him 
the degree of LL.B. in 1866. From Dartmouth College he received 
the degree of A.M. in 1869 and from Norwich University that of 
LL.D. in 1908. 

At the age of nineteen he enhsted as a private in Company H, 
Twelfth Vermont Volunteers, and served in the Civil War from 
August 1862 until July 1863. 

In 1866 he was admitted to the bar, and practised law for a year 
at Bradford, Vt., and at Lancaster, N. H., from 1867 until 1873. He 
was assistant clerk and clerk of the New Hampshire House of Ilepre- 
sentativcs in 1868-69 and in 1870-1872. In 1873 he came to Boston, 
where he built up an extensive law practice. He became general 
counsel for the Old Colony Railroad and for its steamboat hnes, and 
later was employed in the same capacity by the New Haven interests. 
He was also a director and counsel for the Northern Railroad of New 
Hampshire, and from 1894 to 1906 he lectured on corporations and 
railroads before the Boston University Law School. 

In 1894 Mr. Benton became a trustee of the Boston Pubhc Library, 
and from 1908 on was president of the Board. He had been a trustee 
a year when the Library was moved from Boylston Street to Copley 
Square. Before he became president of the Board, even when business 
affairs were pressing, he devoted much time daily to the Library 
problems. In his later years he visited the Library every da}', 
giving to it practically all of his attention. The branch-hbrary 
system was developed largely through his efforts. When the plan was 
proposed of enlarging the site of the central building by the purchase 
of three properties on Blagden Street, he volunteered to acquire them 
in his own name, in order that the city might obtain them at the 
lowest possible prices. He often appeared before the City Council 
on Library questions, and always showed a thorough knowledge of 
this department. He insisted that the Boston PubUc Library should 
be kept aloof from Boston municipal politics, and pohtics never 
entered into the conduct of that institution, its system of manage- 
ment being a model for all other city departments. As president of 
the Board of Trustees, he always took care that its annual report 
should be issued as soon as possible after the close of the fiscal year, 
and the report for 1916-17 was issued while the inauguration cere- 
monies were being held in City Hall. He made generous pro\asion 
for the Library in his will. 

Mr. Benton served also as a trustee of the Massachusetts State 
Library and as president of its Board of Trustees. He was also a 
trustee of Boston University. He was a Republican, but never took 
any especially active part in politics. He was a Mason, and a member 
of several societies and clubs, among which may be mentioned the 
Bostonian Society, the Vermont Historical Society, and the Algon- 
quin Club. 

He was the author of monographs and addresses on legal, economic, 
and legislative subjects, and also of "Samuel Slade Benton, His 



3d N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

Ancestors and Descendants," 1901, "A Notable Libel Suit," 1904, 
"Early Census Making in Massachusetts," 1905, "The Story of the 
Old Boston Town House," 1908, "The Book of Common Prayer," 
1910, "Warning Out in New England," 1911, "John Baskerv-ille, 
Type Founder and Printer," and "Voting in the Field." 

Mr. Benton married first, 19 May 1866, Josephine Emery Aldrich, 
who died 8 April 1872, daughter of Richard Ransom and Emma H. 
Aldrich of Bradford, Vt.; and secondly, 2 September 1875, Mary 
Elizabeth Abbott of Concord, N. H., who survives him, daughter of 
Charles Dudley and Laurinda (Holbrook) Abbott. 

Cf. Boston Evening Transcrxpi, 7 February 1917. 

Henry Dwight Holton, A.M., M.D., of Brattleboro, Vt., a 
resident member since 1912, was born at Saxton's River, Vt., 24 July 
1838, the son of Elihu Dwight and Nancy (Grout) Holton, and died 
at Brattleboro 12 February 1917. He traced his descent from Hcnry^ 
Holton, through Joseph,* Isaac,* William,* Bethiah,' Joeth,' and 
Elihu Dwight,^ his father. On his mother's side he was descended 
from Capt. John Grout of Watertown and Sudbury, Mass., one of 
the early immigrants from England. 

He attended the academy at Saxton's River, and studied medicine 
in New York, graduating at the University of New York in 1860. 

After six months of dispensary work in Brooklyn, N. Y., he began 
practice as a physician at Putney, Vt., was surgeon of the Twelfth 
Vermont Volunteers in the Civil War, and in 1867 settled at Brattle- 
boro, where he spent the rest of his hfe. He early took a leading part 
in the medical profession in the Connecticut Valley, his practice reach- 
ing into Massachusetts and New Hampshire. He was long the best 
known surgeon of that region, and his professional activities con- 
tinued until his election in 1900 as secretary of the Vermont Board of 
Health, a position which he held until 1912. After accepting this 
office he gradually relinquished his practice, and devoted himself 
unselfishly to his oflScial work and to the manj^ business and scientific 
organizations with which he was connected. 

During his active professional life he was a member of the Con- 
necticut River Medical Society and the Vermont StAte Society, and 
served each as president. In 1873 he was called to the chair of 
materia medica in the medical department of the University of 
Vermont, and lectured there for thirteen years. He was also a 
trustee of the University and of the State Agricultural College from 
1873 on for eighteen years. At the same time he was medical ex- 
aminer of the Vermont Asylum for the Insane at Brattleboro. He 
joined the American Medical Association in 1864 and was one of its 
vice-presidents in 1880. He was active in the organization of the 
Pan-American Medical Congress and in the National Society for 
the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis, and he was a member of 
numerous other scientific organizations in this country and abroad, 
such as the British Medical Association, the American Academy of 
Medicine, the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 
the New England Educational League and the American Public 
Health Association. 



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He was also prominent in public life. He was a member of the 
Vermont Senate in 1884 and of the House of Representatives in 1888, 
a commissioner to the Nicaraguan Canal Convention in 1892, and 
to the Columbian Exposition in the following year, and a delegate 
to the Republican national convention in 1896. He was -long 
president of the Vermont branch of the American Red Cross Society, 
surgeon of the Colonial Wars, and a member and at one time presi- 
dent of the Vermont Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. 

With all Ids responsibihties he did not fail to show deep interest 
in the affairs of his home town. For twenty-five years he served on 
the School Board, of which he was chairman for fifteen years. He 
was trustee from the first of the Brattlcboro Free Library, and 
moderator for twelve years of the town meetings. The Brattleboro 
Home for the Aged and Disabled and the Austine Institution for the 
Education of the Deaf and Blind owed their existence chiefly to his 
broad humanitarianism and were objects of his special care during 
his last years. He was for sixteen years president of the Brattleboro 
Gas Light Company, for many years director and latterly president 
of the Vermont National Bank, and director and vice-president in 
the Fort Dummer Mills. 

In his will he bequeathed his home and a sum of money to the 
Baptist Church, in which he had been a deacon, and left bequests 
to several missionary societies, to the Austine Institution, the Home 
for the Aged and Disabled, the Leland and Gray Seminary in Town- 
shend, Vt., the College of Medicine, the University of Vermont, and 
other institutions. 

He married, 19 November 1862, Ellen Hoit, who died in 1909. . 

Hon. Henry Sewall Webster, A.M., of Gardiner, Me., a resi- 
dent member since 1909, was bom at Augusta, Me., 26 September 
1845, the son of John Milton and Sarah Hayes (Hussey) Webster, 
and died at Gardiner 16 February 1917. He was a descendant of 
John^ Webster of Ipswich, Mass., 1635, through Nathan,* Nathan,* 
Nathan,* Nathan,^ John Ordway,® and John Milton,^ his father. 

He received his education at the Augusta High School and at 
Bowdoin College, at which he was graduated in 1867 and from which 
he received the degree of A.M. in 1870. 

After graduation he taught school for three years, was admitted 
to the bar in 1870, and in the same year took up his residence in 
Gardiner. Later he became cashier of the Cobbossee National 
Bank of Gardiner, and in 1888 was elected treasurer of the Gardiner 
Savings Institution, of which he was treasurer and trustee at the 
time of his decease. He held various municipal oflfices in Gardiner, 
and from 1885 until 1893 served as judge of probate and insolvency 
for Kennebec County, Me. He was a member of the Maine Historical 
Society and an honorary member of the New Hampshire Genealogi- 
cal Society. He belonged also to the Society of Sons of the American 
Revolution and to the Society of Mayflower Descendants, was a 
thirty-second degree Mason, and had held high oflfice in several 
Masonic bodies. 

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ilii N. E. HISTORIC OENEALOOICAL 80CIETT 

published a genealogy entitled *' Thomas Sewall: Some of his An- 
cestors and All of his Descendants." In his later years he devoted 
much time to the work of compiling the vital records of Maine 
towns, and several volumes containing such records of towns in the 
Kennebec Valley were pubhshed by him, in accordance with a State 
law. From time to time he contributed to the Register valuable 
Friends' and family records. 

He married at Augusta, 12 August 1876, Mary Chase Johnson 
of Augusta, daughter of WiUiam Trcby and Martha Tappan (Chase) 
Johnson, who, together with one daughter, Martha Tappan Webster, 
survives him. Another daughter died young. 

Sarah Haskell Crocker of Boston, a life member since 1904, 
was born in Boston 8 September 1840, the daughter of Uriel and 
Sarah Kidder (Haskell) Crocker, and died in Boston 31 March 1917. 
She traced her descent from WilHam^ Crocker of Scituate and Barn- 
stable, in the Plymouth Colony, through Job,* Samuel,' Cornelius,* 
Josiah,' Uriel,* and Uriel,' her father. Five of the passengers in the 
Mayflower were also her ancestors. 

She was educated in Boston, and in the course of her hfe, which 
extended over three quarters of a century, was active in many enter- 
prises connected with the welfare of the conmiunity. Her energy in 
the interests which enlisted her sympathy and support was unfailing. 
She was prominent in the movement to save and to restore the Old 
South Meetinghouse, at a time when the raising of funds for this 
purpose seemed impossible; and afterwards, as a member of the 
Board of Managers, she maintained her interest in the educational 
work of the Old South Association up to the time of her death. One 
of the causes which especially appealed to her in the past few years 
was the building up of the Children's Museum at Jamaica Pond, and 
her interest in botany led her to offer prizes for the bo^st collection of 
leaves made by the children. Miss Crocker was also treasurer and 
honorary vice-president of the Society of Colonial Dames, and as a 
delegate to various conventions she made numerous friends through- 
out the United States. Her home on Commonwealth Avenue was 
always open for meetings in aid of any cause which she desired to 
promote, and as a hostess she was most cordial. While best known 
through her broader activities and philanthropy, she had time for a 
multitude of other kindnesses to people of all stations in hfe, and 
appeals to her for aid in deserving cases were never unheeded. 

Miss Crocker was a sister of the late Uriel H. Crocker, who helped 
to estabhsh the park system of Boston, and of the late George Glover 
Crocker, for many years chairman of the Boston Transit Commission 
and in his later years a member of the New England Historic Genea- 
logical Society. Several nephews and nieces survive her. 

Cf. also the memoir of George Glover Crocker, in Rxoistbr, vol. 68, pp. Ixv-livi. 

Edward Tobet Tucker, A.B., M.D., of New Bedford, Mass., a 
resident member since 1887, was born at New Bedford 29 September 
1849, the son of Charles Russell and Dorcas (Fry) Tucker, and died 
at New Bedford 10 April 1917. He was a member of one of the oldest 



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and beat known families of Friends in Now Bedford and Dartmouth, 
Mass., and traced his descent from Henry ^ Tucker of Sandwich, in 
the Plymouth Colony, through John,' Joseph,* John,* Benjamin,' and 
Charles Russell, • his father. 

He was prepared for college at the Friends' Academy in New Bed- 
ford, was graduated at Brown University in 1871, and received the 
degree of M.D. from the Harvard Medical School in 1874. 

He was actively engaged in the practice of his profession in New 
Bedford for a period of forty-two years, extending to within a year 
of his death. For a considerable portion of this time he was also in 
the service of the city, being physician to the overseers of the poor 
from 1903 to 1905 and physician in charge of the city almshouse from 
1904 to December 1915. From 1893 to 1898 he was a member of the 
New Bedford School Committee. He took an active interest in 
charitable and philanthropic institutions in New Bedford and else- 
where, and for a number of years was a director of the Young Men's 
Christian Association, of which he was at one time president. 

As a leading member and official of the Society of Friends he was 
conspicuous for his activity and usefulness, being broad-minded, 
hberal, and keenly interested in every movement that tended to the 
uplifting of the moral tone of the community. He was a member of 
the committee appointed by the Society of Friends to supervise the 
Friends' School in Providence, R. I., which is now known as the 
Moses Brown School. He held the office of clerk of the Monthly 
Meeting of Friends from 1883 on, and had also been clerk of the 
Quarterly Meeting since 1887. 

He was a member of the American Academy of Medicine, of the 
Massachusetts Medical Society, and of the New Bedford Society for 
Medical Improvement. He was also a member of the Old Colony 
Historical Society of Taunton, Mass., and the Old Dartmouth His- 
torical Society of New Bedford. 

He married, 7 June 1877, Anna Elizabeth Pope, daughter of 
Thomas Pope, who, with one son, Robert Earle Tucker of New Bed- 
ford, survives him. 

Charles Everett Ranlett of Newton, Mass., a resident "member 
since 1887, was born at Montville, Me., 9 November 1816, the son of 
John and Cynthia (Everett) Ranlett, and died at Newton 3 May 
1917, aged 100 years, 5 months, 24 days. He traced his descent from 
Charles^ Runlet of Kxeter, N. H., through James* Randlett, Capt. 
Charles* Rundlet, Charles* Ranlet, and John' Ranlett, his father. 

When Charles Everett Ranlett was about three years old his 
father died, and the boy was brought up by his mother, who hved 
in Montville, Camden, and St. George, Me., and was married secondly, 
in 1828, to Joseph Watts of St. George. He attended the common 
schools, and in his thirteenth year shipp)ed as cabin boy on a coasting 
schooner and thus began his career as a sailor. At the age of twenty- 
one he sailed from Thomaston, Me., as master of the schooner Waldo- 
boro, laden with lime. The vessel sprang a leak in a Southern harbor, 
the lime caught fire, and Captain Ranlett's first command was 
destroyed. He was master of the bark Alabama (1840-1844), the 



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clipper ship Kentucky (1844-45), sailing in these two vessels between 
New York, New Orleans, and European ports, the bark Miliiades 
(1846-1848), in which he sailed to Limerick, to carry relief to the 
starving population of Ireland, and also to Odessa and Antwerp, the 
ship Ionian (1849-1852), in which he made the voyage around Cape 
Horn to San Francisco, being in that port at the time of the great 
fire in 1851, and the ship Oracle (1854-1857), in which, as well as in 
its predecessor, the Ionian, he made several voyages to India, China, 
and Austraha. In the summer of 18G0 he commanded the schooner 
Nautilus 'on a scientific expedition to Labrador and Greenland. 
Later he commanded the bark Sunbeam (1863-1865), in which he 
sailed to Australia, Peru, Ireland, and Spain, accompanied by his 
whole family and running the risk of capture by Confederate pri- 
vateers, and the bark Asterias (1868-69), his last command. He 
then retired from the sea, having during his career as a master 
mariner commanded seventeen vessels (including some small vessels 
not named above), sailed three times around the globe, and visited 
forty-six foreign ports. 

In the intervals between his voyages Captain Ranlett was usually 
engaged in shipbuilding, and most of the vessels which he commanded 
were built in Maine under his own supervision. His residence was 
at Thomaston, and he was one of the selectmen of that town in 1862 
and its representative in the Maine Legislature in 1863. In 1866 he 
removed from Thomaston to the Aubumdale section of Ne\\ix)n, 
Mass., which was his residence for the remaining half century of 
his life. He was one of the selectmen of the town of Newton from 
1871 to 1873, and one of the representatives of the city of Newton in 
the Massachusetts General Court in 1877, 1878, and 1879. He was 
a member of the Auburndale Congregational Society. 

In 1867 Captain Ranlett compiled a manuscript genealogy of the 
Everett family, including the descendants of Phineas Everett, his 
grandfather. 

He married first, 9 September 1841, Elizabeth Bond Stearns, who 
died 4 June 1844, daughter of Dr. Charles Stearns of St. George, Me.; 
and secondly, 25 March 1846, Ann Maria Jordan, who died 18 June 
1893, daughter of Oliver Jordan of Thomaston, Me. By his first 
wife he had one child, Elizabeth Frances, born 21 June 1842 and now 
deceased; and by his second wife he had three children, Charles 
Oliver, born 17 January 1847 and now deceased, Susan Alice, born 
3 July 1853 and living unmarried at Auburndale, and Frederick 
Jordan, A.B. (Harvard, 1880), born 17 November 1857, a law>'er 
practising in Boston and residing at Auburndale. 

George Herbert Beaman of Washington, D. C, a resident mem- 
ber since 1904, was born at Edgartown, Mass., 27 July 1845, the son 
of Charles Cotesworth and Mary Ann (Stacy) Beaman, and died in 
Washington 5 May 1917. He traced his descent from Gamaliel 
Beaman of Dorchester and Lancaster, Mass., through John,* John,* 
John,* Joseph,^ Ephraim,' and Charles Cotesworth,' his father. 

He was educated at Wellfleet and Southborough, Mass., at North 
Scituate, R. I., and at the high school at Salem, Mass., where he was 



MEMOIRS idy 

prepared for college, and where he was graduated in 18G1. He did 
not, however, enter college, but became a bookkeeper in Salem, 
remaining there until 1864. The following year he lx;came a clerk 
in the customhouse in Boston, where he remained until 18G9, when he 
formed a partnership with his brother, under the firm name of Bea- 
man Brothers, and engaged in the commission business in Boston. 
In 1880 he went to Great Britain with the idea of opening up a grain- 
export business with firms in Liverpool and Glasgow.' From 1889 
on he resided in Washington, where he was engaged in developing 
real estate and helping in the work of the Interstate Conmierce 
Commission. 

He married, 12 December 1889, Anna Ekin Lovett, daughter of 
George Sidney and Caroline (de Beelen) Lovett, who survives him. 

LiEUT.-CoL. Franklin Lawrence Joy, Massachusetts National 
Guard, of Roxbury, Mass., a resident member since 1904,was born in 
Boston 15 October 1857, the son of John D. W. Joy, a merchant of 
Boston of long standing, and died suddenly in Boston 12 May 1917, 
while leading his command, the former First Corps Cadets, on Boyls- 
ton Street, in the parade in honor of Marshal Joffre. 

Entering business as a young man, he was for many years a mem- 
ber of the firm of Joy, Langdon & Son, and later became president of 
the Forbes Lithographic Company and a trustee of the estate of his 
father. 

For thirty-seven years he was a member of the First Corps Cadets, 
rising from grade to grade in this noted organization until 15 April 
1910, when he was elected heutenant-colonel. He thus became the 
actual commander of the corps, of which the Governor of the Com- 
monwealth was the official head. He was very prominent in military 
circles, and, although a strict disciplinarian, was one of the most 
popular officers in the State of Massachusetts. During his many 
years of service he worked unceasingly and untiringly for perfection, 
bringing his command up to the highest standard of excellence. 
Shortly before his death the Corps, with a greatly enlarged member- 
ship, was organized, under his supervision, as a regiment of engineers, 
and is now, as the One Hundred and First Engineers, in active service 
with the American Expeditionary Forces in France. 

He married Jeannie B. Means of Boston, who survives him, to- 
gether with three children, Mrs. Albert P. IVIadeira of Washington, 
D. C, John H. Joy, and Beatrice Joy. 

William Augustus Mowry, A.M., Ph.D., LL.D., of Hyde Park, 
Mass., elected to resident membership in 1878 and made a corre- 
8p)onding member in 1908, was born at Uxbridge, Mass., 13 August 
1829, the son of Jonathan and Hannah (Brayton) Mowry, and died 
at Hyde Park 20 May 1917. He traced his descent from Nathaniel 
Mowry, an early settler of Rhode Island, through Joseph,* Daniel,' 
Joseph,* Richard,^ Gideon,* and Joncthan,^ his father. 

He was educated in the Uxbridge pubUc schools, the Friends' 
School at Providence, R. I., and at the Smithfield (R. I.) Union 
Academy, received his immediate preparation for college at Phillips 



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Academy, Andovcr, Mass., and studied for two years with the Class 
of 1858 of Brown University, from which he received the degree of 
A.M. in 186G. Bates College conferred on liim in 1882 tlie degree of 
Ph.D., and Whitman College (Walla Walla, Wash.) in 1900 the degree 
ofLL.D. 

He was a captain in the Eleventh' Rhode Island Infantry, 1862-03, 
but his life work was that of a teacher, editor, and author. His 
career as an educator was long, varied, and eminently successful. 
He was principal of the Providence High School, English and Scienti- 
fic Department, 1859-18G4, superintendent of the Cranston (R. I.) 
pubUc schools, 18G4-186G, principal of the Enghsh and Classical 
School in Providence (a private school which he established), 18G4~ 
1884, editor of the Journal of Educalion, 1884-1886, and of Edxicatum 
(a magazine), 1886-1891, superintendent of schools at Salem, Mass., 
1891-1894, member of the Providence School Board, 1869-1874, and 
of the Boston School Committee, 1888-1891, and president of the 
Martha's Vineyard Summer Institute, 1887-1905. He had lectured 
before universities, colleges, normal schools, and teachers' institutes 
in twenty-five States, was a member of numerous teachers' associa- 
tions, and belonged to the American Historical Association, the 
Phi Beta Kappa, the Grand Army of the Repubhc, the Ix)yal Legion, 
the American Peace Society, the Massachusetts Peace Society, and 
the Boston Congregational Club. In 1861 he became a licensed 
preacher of the Congregational Church. In politics he was a Re- 
publican. 

Mr. Mowry wrote much, not only articles for magazines and 
encyclopaidias but also pamphlets and books on historical subjects. 
Among his published works are the following: "Studies in Civil 
Government," 1887, "Elements of Civil Government," 1890, "Talks 
with My Boys," 1892 (5th edition, 1909), "A History of the United 
States," 1896, "First Steps in the History of Our Country," 1898 
(revised edition, 1907), "American Inventions and Inventors," 1900, 
"Marcus \Vliitman and Early Oregon," 1901, "The Territorial 
Growth of the United States," 1902, "American Heroes," 1903, 
"American Pioneers" (in collaboration with Blanche Swett MowTy), 
1905, "Essentials of United States History" (in collaboration with 
the same), 1906, and "Recollections of a New England Educator," 
1909. He was also a dihgent genealogist, and compiled "Nathaniel 
Mowry and His Descendants," 1878, "Richard Movstv — His An- 
cestors and Descendants," 1878, and "Descendants of John Mowt}' 
of Rhode Island," 1909. 

He married, 29 April 1858, Caroline Eliza Aldrich of Woonsocket, 
R. I., daughter of Ezekiel Aldrich. She died 14 January 1897; but 
two children, Mrs. Ruth (Mowry) Brown of Hyde Park and Walter 
H. Mowry of Portsmouth, N. H., survive their parents. 

Cf. Who's Who in AmericA, 1914-1916, p. 1687. 

Wilton Francis Bucknam of Stoneham, Mass., a resident mem- 
ber since 1900, was born at Stoneham 9 February 1861, the son of 
Sumner Warren and Arabella Augusta (Green) Bucknam, and died 
at Stoneham 28 May 1917. He traced his descent from William^ 



MEMOIRS xlvii 

Bucknam of Maiden, Mass., throuRli Lieut. Joscs,' Edward,' Dca. 
Edward,* Ebcnczer,' Edward," and Sunnier Warren,' \n» father. 

He was educated in the common schools of Stoneham and at the 
McCollum Institute, Mount Vernon, N. H. In 1882 he entered the 
service of the Boston, Lowell & Concord Railroad Company, and 
remained with the Boston & Ivowell Railroad, which in 1887 was 
merged in the Boston and Maine Railroad system. From 1884 to 
1900 he was in continuous service as a locomotive engineer. He was 
a Mason and an Odd Fellow, and a memlxir of the Brotherhood of 
Locomotive Engineers. He belonged to the Congregational Church. 

Mr. Bucknam devoted much time to research along historical and 
genealogical lines, having a genius for painstaking and careful collect- 
ing of statistics and facts of the olden times. He was the author of 
*' Stoneham Two Hundred Years Ago," a lengthy scries of papers 
which appeared in the Stoneham Independent and furnished valuable 
information about early Stoneham and its first settlers. He was also 
a frequent contributor to the Boston Evening Transcript and other 
papers, and undertook the work of compiling a memorial of the 
Bucknam family. 

He married, 28 June 1900, Jennie Silver Moulton, who, with two 
sons, Edward Albert and Arthur Bertram, survives him. 

Mrs. Lucy Sanborn (Goodell) Connor of Stow, Mass., a resident 
member since 1913, was bom at Hillsborough, N. H., 22 February 
1836, the daughter of George Dodge and Rebecca (Andrews) Goodell, 
and died at Stow 23 June 1917. She was a descendant of Robert^ 
Goodell of Salem, Mass., through Zachariah,' David,* David,* David,* 
David,' and George Dodge,' her father. On her mother's side she 
was descended from Lieut. John^ Andrews of Ipswich, Mass. 

Mrs. Connor received her education in the public schools of her 
native town, supplemented by attendance at the academies at Wash- 
ington and Meriden, N. H., and subsequently taught school for 
several years at Washington and Hillsborough, N. H. For the past 
twenty years she had resided in Massachusetts, and was a member of 
and contributor to numerous charitable and educational societies. 
At the time of her death she had been a member of the Congregational 
Church at Henniker, N. H., for fifty-six years. 

She was married, 25 October 1860, as his second wife, to Abel D. 
L. F. Connor of Henniker, N. H., who died 11 February 1889. 

Oliver Leonard Briggs of Boston, a resident member since 1885, 
was born at Westmoreland, N. H., 18 September 1832, the son of 
Amasa C. and Sally (Leonard) Briggs, and died in Boston 8 July 
1917. His. greatgrandfather was Caleb Briggs, and his grandfather 
Lemuel Briggs. 

He was educated in the schools of his native town and at Comer's 
Commercial School in Boston. He came to Boston at the age of 
eighteen years, and was engaged as a chrk in a house dealing in West 
India goods. He afterwards became a bookkeeper for James B. Dow, 
pubhsher of the Christian Witness, and while employed by Mr. Dow 
he pubhshed a work on bookkeeping. In 1861 he went into the book 



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business on his own account at the corner of Washington and Essex 
Streets, and continued in this business for several years. Then, in 
1868, he took up the manufacturing and selhng of bilhard tables, a 
business in which, under the name of Ohver L. Briggs <fe Sons, he was 
eminently successful and remained actively engaged until a short 
time before his death. 

He was a member of various Masonic bodies and of the Boston 
Art Club, was one of the first members of the Algonquin Club Ix^fore 
it was reorganized, and was for many years a member of Trinity 
Church. 

Mr. Briggs married, 5 September 1860, Mary Sabin Stone, lx)rn in 
India 8 November 1837, daughter of lie v. Cyrus Stone, a missionary 
in India. Mrs. Briggs and their son, Frederick Huntington Briggs 
of Boston, survive him. 

Samuel Walter Woodward of Washington, D. C, elected a 
resident member 2 May 1917, was bom at Damariscotta, Me., 13 
December 1848, the son of Samuel and Jerusha Baker (Erskine) 
Woodward, and died at his summer home in Stockbridge, Mass., 
1 August 1917. He was a descendant, in the tenth generation, of 
Nathaniel Woodward, who settled in Boston in 1633; and through 
his grandmother, Lavinia Wads worth, he was descended from Elder 
William Brewster, Francis Cooke, Stephen Hopkins, Richard Warren, 
Henry Samson, Edward Doty, and John Alden, all of whom came to 
New England in the Mayflower in 1620. 

He was prepared for Bowdoin College at Lincoln Academy, New- 
castle, Me., but did not enter upon a collegiate course, the bent of his 
mind determining him to choose a mercantile career. In 1865 he 
came to Boston and entered the employ of Shepard Brothers, dealers 
in dry goods at 320 Hanover Street. Later he was employed by 
Cushing & Ames on the same street. In 1873, in company with 
Alvin M. Lothrop, he opened a dry goods store in Chelsea, Mass., 
and conducted a successful business there for several years. Desiring 
a larger field, he sold out his business in 1880 and started anew in 
Washington, D. C. Here, under skilful management and close 
application, the business rapidly increased, requiring constantly 
enlarged space and faciUties until, at the time of his decease, it had 
become estabhshed as the largest department store in the country-, 
south of Philadelphia. 

Early in life Mr. Woodward identified himself with rehgious work, 
and when he went to Washington he joined the Calvar>' Baptist 
Church. Through his endeavors the church was enlarged and a new 
Sunday school house built at a cost of $125,000, of which he contrib- 
uted the larger part. The Young Men's Christian Association of 
Wasliington was another institution which received his strong sup- 
port. He was its president for ten years, during which its member- 
ship increased from one hundred and sixty-four to over five thousand. 
At the close of his ten years cf service, on 15 February 1909, he was 
tendered by the citizens of Washington a public reception and ban- 
quet, in which many of the p)eople of the city who were prominent in 
public and private life participated. He was also one of the or- 



MEMOIRS XUX 

ganizcra of the Laymen's Missionary Movement and a member of its 
executive committee of fifteen, and was one of the first two com- 
missioners to visit the foreign fields, sailing from San Francisco 
12 February 1907. 

Though for many years a Democrat in pohtics, he refused in 1896 
to support Mr. Bryan and voted for Mr. McKinley; and when the 
latter was inaugurated, Mr. Woodward was offered the chairmanship 
of the Inauguration Committee, but was obliged to decHne this 
position by reason of business pressure. He was identified with 
many charitable and financial institutions in Washington, and was 
a member of the Society of the Sons of the American Ilevolution and 
of the Society of Mayflower Descendants. 

He married at Chelsea, Mass., 24 June 1874, Mary Catherine Wade, 
daughter of William and Irene (Nichols) Wade, who died in the June 
preceding his own death. One son and three daughters survive him. 

John Taylor Sloan of New Haven, Conn., a resident member 
since 1913, was born in New York City 12 February 1846, the son of 
Thomas George and Jane Earle (Paton) Sloan, and died at New 
Haven 12 October 1917. 

He was educated in the seminary that was estabhshed by his 
father in New Haven, and was prepared for the SheflBeld Scientific 
School, Yale College. But in October 1861 he entered the Union 
Army, enhsting in the First Connecticut Light Battery, in which he 
served three years, being one of the youngest members of the battery. 

In 1882 he entered the real-«state firm of his father, which after- 
wards became the John T. Sloan Company, with which he remained 
until his death. This firm was one of the largest and most prosperous 
real-estate firms in New Haven, and was widely known throughout 
the State of Connecticut. 

Mr. Sloan was a Mason, and was also a member of the Grand 
Army of the Repubhc, the New Haven Historical Society, and vari- 
ous other organizations. He was much interested in Colonial 
history, being regarded as an authority on the early history of New 
Haven. 

He married, 25 December 1868, Elsie M. Watrous, daughter of 
EUhu and Charlotte (Rogers) Watrous, who survives him, together 
with three children, Charlotte Watrous Sloan, Thomas George Sloan, 
a physician at South Manchester, Conn., and John Taylor Sloan, Jr., 
the head of the John T. Sloan Company. 

George Vasmer Leverett, A.M., LL.B., of Boston, elected a 
resident member in 1890 and made a hfe member in 1891, was bom 
at Charlestown, Mass., 16 February 1846, the son of Daniel and 
Charlotte (Betteley) Leverett, and died in Boston 18 October 1917. 
The family home in Charlestown was on Richmond Street, now 
Rutherford Avenue, in the house that is still standing behind the 
Episcopal Church on Bow Street. 

He was prepared for college at the Harvard Grammar School in 
Charlestown and at the Charlesto\sTi High School, ranking first in his 
class, and entered Harvard College in 1863. There he was graduated 



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in 1867, again taking the first rank, and then entered the Harvard 
Law School, where he received the degree of LL.B. in 1809. Mean- 
while, from 18G8 to 1870, he was instructor in mathematics at Har-. 
yard, and received the degree of A.M. from his cdma mater in the 
latter year. In 1871 he was admitted to the bar, and entered upon 
the practice of law in Boston, in the office of. Chandler, Thayer <fe 
Hudson, with Professor James B. Thayer of the Harvard Law School, 
an association which continued until the latter's death in 1902. 

Early in his career Mr. Leverett became connected with the 
American Bell Telephone Company, the parent company, it is be- 
lieved, having been organized in his office. In 1886 he was made 
official attorney of the Company, and, after a few years, its general 
counsel. Acting in this capacity for the Bell Company and for its 
successor, the American Telephone & Telegraph Company, "he was 
obhged to assume the entire responsibihty for its legal matters. 
Every contract ... of the company, every law of state legislatures 
or of Congress that might effect the company's interests, every 
decision of a court of last resort in the United States that bore upon 
those interests was subject to his scrutiny, and was taken into account 
in his daily work." The Trustees of the Huntington Avenue Lands, 
organized in 1871, had their headquarters in his office, and he was 
their clerk and later one of their number. Besides these interests 
Mr. Leverett had a large professional practice, and was trustee for 
many estates. Being an authority in his profession, the lawyers of 
neighboring offices were accustomed to bring their difficulties to him, 
and he was always ready to help them. 

Mr. Leverett was a director in the Conveyancers' Title Insurance 
Company, the State Street Trust Company, and other corporations, 
a trustee of the FYanklin Savings Bank, a member of the Colonial 
Society of Massachusetts, a fellow of the American Academy of .Arts 
and Sciences, and a member of the Harvard Club of Boston, the 
Harvard Club of New York, the University Club of Boston, the 
University Club of New York, the University Club of Chicago, the 
Union Club of Boston, the Oakley Country Club, the Bostonian 
Society, and the Bunker Hill Monument Association. He always 
maintained also his interest in the affairs of* his native place. 

Although so actively engaged in professional duties, Mr. Leverett 
found time to pursue his favorite studies in Greek and mathematics, 
to read widely, and to enjoy the concerts given by the Boston S\Tn- 
phony Orchestra. His genial disposition won and ret-ained for him 
a host of friends, and his generous nature led him to assist many 
worthy imfortunates, to whom he gave, but never loaned, money. 

In 1880 he moved with his mother from Charlestown to Cambridge, 
Mass., and on 3 April 1888 he married his first cousin, Mary E. L. 
Tebbetts of Cambridge, who died 5 June 1897. They had no chil- 
dren, and after his wife's death Mr. Leverett moved to Boston, which 
was his residence for the rest of his hfe. 

Charles Frederic Fitz of Watertown, Mass., a resident member 
since 1899, was born at Kingston, N. H., 20 March 1835, the son of 
Asa and Susan (Burroughs) Fitz, and died at Watertown 24 October 



MEMOIRS U 

1917. He was dcflccndcd from Robert Fitts, who was at Salisbury, 
Mass., in 1639. On his mother's side he was connected with George 
Burroughs, a martyr of the Witchcraft Delusion. 

He was educated at the pubhc schools in Cambridge, at Nathaniel 
Allen's school in Newton, and at the Normal School in Bridgewater, 
Mass. He began his business life in the office of the Boston Traveler 
in 1855, and in December of the same year became a clerk in the 
Suffolk Bank, Boston. In 18G6 he entered the Old Boston National 
Bank, from which he was transferred in 1870 to the National Union 
Bank of Boston, where he remained until his retirement in 1912. 

Mr. Fitz was deeply interested in historical and biographical 
research and devoted much time to copying and preparing for publi- 
cation, in collaboration with others, the old town records of Water- 
town, which were pubhshed in several volumes, under the auspices 
of the Watertown Historical Society. He took a keen interest, also, 
in the Watertown Pubhc Library, of which he was for three years a 
trustee, and in other pubhc and philanthropic institutions. He was 
a member, and at one time president, of the Watertown Historical 
Society. He instituted at Watertown the Unitarian Sunday after- 
noon lectures, which were given for three or four successive years by 
John Fiske; and in early life he had helped to promote other free 
lecture courses by prominent speakers. He was a strong advocate 
of many so-called reforms in pohtics and economics, and was one of 
the early members of the Free Trade League and the Free Rehgious 
Association of America. 

He served his town faithfully as one of the selectmen in 1891, 1892, 
1893, and 1895, being chairman of the Board in the last-mentioned 
year, and he was chairman of the committee charged with the 
erection of a new high school in Watertown. 

He married, 18 June 1863, Annie Gibson Cummings, daughter of 
Daniel Gibson and Maria Louisa (Forbes) Cummings, who survives 
him, together with two children, Abby Manley Fitz and Charles 
Frederic Fitz. 

Edward Oscar Punchard, Ph.G., of Winchester, Mass., a resident 
member since 1913, was bom at Chelsea, Mass., 1 March 1855, the 
son of Thomas and Nancy Maria (Parker) Punchard, and died at 
Winchester 15 November 1917. He traced his descent from William* 
Punchard of Salem, through John,* John,' Samuel,* John,' and 
Thomas,* his father. 

He was educated in the pubhc schools of Chelsea, and when sixteen 
years old went to work for a shoe findings firm on High Street, Boston, 
and later became apprentice and clerk with his uncle, Dr. John Buck, 
pharmacist, in Chelsea. During his stay \N'ith Dr. Buck he attended 
the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, and was graduated there 
in 1876. After that he went to the Parker House, Boston, where 
his uncle, Harvey D. Parker, the proprietor and owner, placed him in 
the hotel as steward. From that position he rose to be junior 
partner, and after the death of Mr. Parker in 1884 he carried on the 
management of the hotel for five years, when he sold the business to 
the late J. Reed Whipple, and, in 1891, retired to Winchester. 



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lii N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

In early life he was a member of several Boston clubs, from which 
he afterwards withdrew, and later he Ixjlonged for a time to the 
Calumet Club of Winchester. He was a member of the Church of 
the Epiphany in Winchester, and sang in the choir there for twenty 
years, having an excellent bass voice. 

Mr. Punchard married, 2 October 1883, Julia Arabelle Walker, 
daughter of Dr. Charles Henry and Juliana Perkins (Morse) Walker, 
who survives liim, together with one daughter, Emma, who was 
married, 10 November 1909, to Alfred De Shon Radley, A.B. (Uni- 
versity of Chicago, 1903), LL.B. (Harvard, 1908), formerly of Peoria, 
111., but now of Winchester. 

Mauy Kingsbury Talcott of Hartford, Conn., a resident member 
since 1904, wiis lx)rn at Hartford 3 November 1847, the daughter of 
Russell Goodrich and Mary (Seymour) Talcott, and died at Hart- 
ford 17 November 1917. She traced her descent from John^ Talcott 
of Cambridge, Mass., 1632, through Capt. Samuel,' Lieut. Ben- 
jamin,* Col. Elizur,^ George,* Russell,' and Russell Goodrich,^ her 
father. She was also connected with many other leading Connecticut 
famihes. 

She was educated in private schools and at the Hartford Female 
Seminary. All her life was passed in Hartford, and was given to 
study, reading, and gaining a wide knowledge of the old famihes of 
Connecticut and their ancestral lines. She wrote many articles 
about the town and city of Hartford, and was one of the contributors 
to the ''Memorial History of Hartford County," edited by the late 
Dr. J. Hammond Trumbull and pubhshed in 1886. She also edited 
two volumes of Talcott Papers in the Connecticut Historical Society's 
Collections, vols. 4 and 5. She had been for many years a valued 
contributor to the pages of the Register, and sent to it for publica- 
tion from time to time no^ only brief genealogies but also copies of 
the records of many Connecticut churches which had been secured 
by the Connecticut Society of Colonial Dames, of which she was 
registrar and genealogist. She was also 'registrar of the Ruth Wyllys 
Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, deputy 
governor of the Society of Mayflower Descendants in the State of 
Connecticut, governor for Connecticut of the Order of Descendants 
of Colonial Governors, and a member of various Hartford clubs. In 
genealogical circles she was recognized as one of the foremost geneal- 
ogists in Connecticut. 

John Dowst of Manchester, N. H., a resident member since 1900, 
was born at Allenstown, N. H., 12 January 1848, the son of Henry 
and Hannah Fowler (Davis) Dowst, and died at Manchester 22 
November 1917. He was descended from Samuel Dowse of Ports- 
mouth, N. H., or its neighborhood, who married, 1 March 1688/9, 
Sarah Berry of New Castle, N. H. Mr. Dovs-st's ancestors were 
among the early settlers of Rye and Hampton, N. H. In 1785 his 
great-great-grandfather, Ozem Dowst, and his great-grandfather, 
John Dowst, \vith his grandfather, Henr>^ Dowst, then only one year 
old, moved to Epsom, N. H., and in 1790 his great-grandfather, John 



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Dowst, bought a farm in AUcnstowii which is still the homestead of 
the family. The house which he then built became in 1814 the ell 
of one of the mansions of those days, which was built by his son 
Henry, who married Abigail Brown, a descendant of John BrowD, 
who was in Hampton in 1G38. 

John Dowst was educated in the common schools and at Pembroke 
Academy, Pembroke, N. H. Forty-two years ago he took up his 
residence in Manchester, which was thenceforth his home. He as- 
sociated himself with his brother, the late Frank Dowst, and with 
Hon. Natt Head, at one time Governor of New Hampshire, in fonning 
the Head & Dowst Company, of which he became treasurer. This 
company was one of the leading firms of contractors and builders in 
northern New England, and enjoyed a reputation for rehability and 
energy that was unsurpassed. 

Mr. Dowst was a recognized authority in matters of southern New 
Hampshire history and genealogy, and many were the seekers for 
information on those subjects who came to him for information and 
found him ready to respond to every request, oftentimes putting 
himself to great inconvenience to obtain facts in which he had no 
personal interest. For twenty-five years he gathered historical facts 
relating to Allenstown from many sources, such as the State records, 
papers of private famihes, and interviews with old inhabitants. He 
prepared historical sketches of the old Christian Church of the town 
and of his own family. His notes are probably the best records of 
town affairs in existence. For many years he was identified with the 
Manchester Historical Association as one of its officers, and was a 
trustee of the New Hampshire Historical Society, a director of the 
Unitarian Society, and a member of the Derryfield Club. He was 
in his political affiliations a Democrat of the old school, but he was 
never known to be otherwise than tolerant of the opinions of others. 
His aspirations were ever along the hne of good and worthy citizen- 
ship. "A serious business man, an earnest reader and student, Mr. 
Dowst yet possessed a wholesome sense of humor which made his 
companionship doubly enjoyable." 

He married, 17 August 1873, Alma Leonora Olmstead, who died 
22 March 1900, daughter of Alonson and Adeha (Ewings) Olmstead. 
A daughter, Ella Mabel Dowst, two brothers, Henry Dowst of Man- 
chester and George Dowst of Allenstowm, and two sisters, Mrs. 
Abram L. Ricker of Short Falls, N. H., and Annette L. Dowst of 
Allenstown, survive him. 

Ida Eloise McElwain of Brookhne, Mass., a resident member 
since 1913, was bom at Charlestown, Mass., 2 January 1870, the 
daughter of John Allen and Susan (Gilbert) McElwain, and died at 
Brookline 23 November 1917. She was descended from James^ 
McElwain, originally from Argyllshire, Scotland, through Timothy,* 
John Allen,' WiUiam,* and John Allen,* her father. Her mother was 
a descendant of Cotton Mather. 

She was educated in the pubHc schools of Boston, and after attend- 
ing the Girls' High School continued her studies at Mrs. Quincy A. 
Shaw's private school. She taught for some time in the pubhc 



liv N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

kindergarten schools of Boston, and then travelled and studied art 
abroad. 

Hon. William Eaton Chandler, A.M., LL.D., of Concord, N. H., 
a resident member since 1888, was bom at Concord 28 December 
1835, the son of Nathan S. and Mary Ann (Tucker) Chandler, and 
died at Concord 30 Novemlxjr 1917. 

He was educated in the public schools of Concord and at the 
academies at Thetford, Vt., and Pembroke, N. H., and, entering the 
Harvard Law School, received there the degree of LL.B. in 1854. 
He remained as a student at the Law School until 1855, was admitted 
to the New Hampshire bar, and was engaged thenceforth in the 
practice of law, in politics, and with the duties of important official 
positions in which he rendered notable service to his State and to the 
Nation. Dartmouth College conferred on him the honorary degree 
of A.M. in 1866 and that of LL.D. in 1901. 

He was one of the young men who supported the Republican Party 
in its early days, and was secretary and afterwards chairman of the 
Repubhcan State Committee of New Hampshire. In 1859 he was 
appointed reporter of the decisions of the Supreme Court of New 
Hampshire, and published five volumes of reports. In 1862, 1863, 
and 1864 he was a member of the New Hampshire House of lieprc- 
sentatives, serving as speaker for two terms, in 1863 and 1864. He 
was a vigorous advocate of the reelection of President Lincoln in 
1864. In November of that year he was retained by the Navy- 
Department as special counsel in the prosecution of the Philadelphia 
Navy Yard frauds, and in March 1865 President Lincoln appointed 
him Sohcitor and Judge Advocate General of the Navy Department. 
This office he resigned in June of the same year, in order to accept an 
appointment to the position of First Assistant Secretary of the 
Treasury, under Secretary Hugh McCullough; but after holding 
this office for more than two years he resigned it and resumed the 
practice of the law. 

In 1868 he was a delegate at large from New Hampshire to the 
Repubhcan national convention that nominated General Grant for 
the Presidency, and during the greater part of the administrations 
of President Grant he was secretary of the Republican National 
Committee. Although he did not hold this position in the Hayes- 
Tilden campaign of 1876, yet he was a stanch supporter of the 
Republican ticket, advocated the claims to election of the Hayes 
candidates for presidential electors in Florida before the canvassing 
board of that State, and was one of the counsel to prepare the Re- 
pubhcan case for submission to the Electoral Commission. After- 
wards he disagreed radically with the Southern pohcy of President 
Hayes. In the Repubhcan national convention of 1880 he was again 
a delegate at large from New Hampshire, and favored first the nomi- 
nation of Mr. Blaine and later that of Mr. Garfield. During the 
campaign that followed he was a member of the Republican National 
Committee. In March 1881 he was nominated by President Garfield 
for the post of Sohcitor General in the Department of Justice, but 
the hostihty of the Democrats in the Senate, with the help of a few 



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Republicans, caused the rejection of the nomination in the following 
May. In 1882, however. President Arthur appointed him Secretary 
of the Navy, and in that department his work of reorganization was 
so effective that he has been styled by his admirers " the Father of the 
American Navy." It was Secretary Chandler who dispatched in 
1884 an expedition, under the command of Capt. Winfield Scott 
Schley, to the Arctic regions for the relief of the Greely exploring 
party, the survivors of which were thus rescued and brought back 
to Portsmouth Harbor. 

In 1881 Mr. Chandler had again been a member of the New Hamp- 
shire House of Representatives, and was conspicuous during the 
session and after its close for his opposition to the domination of the 
railroads in New Hampshire affairs. After the death of United 
States Senator Austin FrankUn Pike of New Hampshire on 8 October 
1886, Person Colby Cheney was appointed to serve as his successor 
until the Legislature could elect a Senator for the unexpired portion 
of Senator Pike's term. This was done on 14 June 1887, when Mr. 
Chandler was elected and served as Senator until 3 March 1889. 
Then Oilman Marston was appointed to succeed Senator Chandler, 
the State Legislature not being in session; but when the Legislature 
met, it elected Mr. Chandler, 18 June 1889, for the term ending in 
1895, and he was in due course reelected for another term, extending 
from 1895 to 1901. He was then appointed by President McKinley 
as president of the Spanish Treaty Claims Commission, and held 
this position until 1908, when he resigned it and devoted himself 
again to his profession. 

He was a member of the New Hampshire constitutional conven- 
tions of 1876 and of 1902, and in 1913 was made president of a State 
commission to erect a monument to President Franklin Pierce, the 
only President of the United States ever elected from New Hamp- 
shire. During the last four years of his life he was president of an 
association formed to restore the birthplace of Daniel Webster in 
Sahsbury, N. H. 

Mr. Chandler was a fearless advocate of whatever he beheved to 
be right. Whether he was supporting the claims of Governor Hayes 
to the Presidency, advocating the rights of the Negro, opposing the 
rule of the railroads in his native State, or in his newspaper, the 
Concord Monitor, wielding a trenchant pen in defence of these causes 
or of any other cause that he deemed worthy of support, he was 
always a bold champion, a valiant fighter, and an incorruptible man. 

He married first, 29 June 1859, Ann Caroline Gihnore, who died 
20 March 1871, daughter of Hon. Joseph AJbree Gilmore, Governor 
of New Hampshire from 1863 to 1865; and secondly, 23 December 
1874, Lucy Lambert Hale, second daughter of Hon. John Parker 
Hale, the well-known antislavery Senator from New Hampshire. 
Four sons survive him, viz., by his first wife, Joseph Gilmore Chan- 
dler, born 23 April 1860, circulation manager of the Concord Monitor ^ 
William Dwight Chandler, born 3 February 1863, publisher of the 
Concord Monitor, and Lloyd Horwitz Chandler, born 17 August 1869, 
a captain in the United States Navy; and, by his second wife, John 
Parker Hale Chandler. 



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William Francis Harbach of Newtxjn, Mass., a resident member 
since 1887, was born at Newton 4 August 1842, the son of John 
Wilson and Charlotte (Pettce) Harbach, and died at Newton 12 De- 
cember 1917. He traced his descent from Thomas^ Harbach, who 
was in America about 1720, through Jonathan,' Thomas,' and John 
Wilson,* his father. 

He was educated in the public schools of Newton, and when he 
was twenty-two years of age went to Chicago, 111., where he was 
engaged in business until 1878. He then retired from business, and 
made Newton his residence for the remaining years of his hfe. He 
became interested in city affairs in 1889, when he served as an alder- 
man from Ward 6, continuing in that office throughout 1892. He 
was at one time a candidate for mayor of the city. During his 
service in the city government he was prominent in the work of 
installing the present sewer system and in street improvements. 
During this time he was also a member of the Newton Water Board. 
In 1898 he accepted an appointment as a member of the Newton 
Board of Health, which he held until his death. His service in the 
city government was marked by great executive ability, positive 
opinions, and the courage to uphold them. In 1902 he became an 
incorporator in the Newton Savings Bank, a trustee in 1903, and was 
a member of the investment board from 1906 to the time of his death. 
For the last six months of his life he acted as president of the Bank. 

Two sisters survive him : Sophronia Harbach of Newix)n and 
Charlotte, wife of Professor Newton L. Andrews of Hamilton, N. Y. 

Edwin Perry Wells, B.S., of Newton, Mass., elected a resident 
member in 1886 and made a liife member in 1910, was bom at South- 
bridge, Mass., 2 June 1859, the son of Hiram Cheney and Ellen Maria 
(Perry) Wells, and died at Newton 13 December 1917. His father 
was one of the founders of the American Optical Company, the 
largest industry in Southbridge, and his mother was a daughter of 
Daniel B. Perry of that town. 

He was educated in the public schools of Southbridge, graduating 
at the high school there, and completed his preparation for college at 
the Hitchcock Free High School, Brimfield, Mass. He was a member 
of the Class of 1881 at Amherst College, having entered in the first 
term of the sophomore year; and he pursued the scientific course and 
received the degree of B.S. from that institution in 1882. 

In the fall of 1882 he went into business in Boston, and was con- 
nected with the Suffolk Iron Company and the Ashcroft Manufac- 
turing Company for two years and with the George F. Blake Pump 
Works for three years. In 1887 he was made foreman of the gold 
department of the American Optical Company at Southbridge, and 
while there was a director of the Southbridge Gas & Electric Company 
and of the Southbridge Water Supply Company. In 1895 he left 
Southbridge and became associated with the Globe Optical Company 
of Boston, of which he was president until 1903, when he retired from 
active business because of ill health. Afterwards he removed to 
Newton Centre, where he resided until his death. 



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Mr. Wells was fond of travel and made extensive journeys, visiting 
Bermuda and Porto Rico, spcndinj; seven months in Europe in 1903, 
visiting California, Oregon, the Yellowstone National Park, Alaska, 
and the Canadian Rockies in 1909, and being a member of a party of 
ten who made a journey around the world in 1912. He was much 
interested in photography, was also a genealogist of merit, and pre- 
pared a history, as yet unpublished, of the WelLs family. 

He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Boston, which 
he served in various official positions, he was for four years a trustee 
of the Newton Theological Seminary, and he was a member of Ma- 
sonic and other organizations. 

He married, 25 October 1882, Addie N. Greene, daughter of Henry 
and Joannah (Weeks) Greene of Warren, Mass., who survives him. 
He left no children. 

Cf. Thirty Yeara After: A Record of the ClAsa of Eighty-One, Amherst College^ 
pp. 15&-159. 

William Erastus Cushinq, A.B., LL.B., of Cleveland, Ohio, a 
resident member since 1913, was born at Cleveland 23 September 
1853, the son of Dr. Henry Kirke and Betsey Maria (Wilhams) 
Gushing, and died at Cleveland 19 December 1917. He traced his 
descent ifrom Matthew^ Gushing of Hingham, co. Norfolk, England, 
who came to America in 1638 and settled at Hingham, Mass., through 
John,* Matthew,* Josiah,* David,* David,* Erastus,^ and Henry 
Kjrke,* his father. 

He attended the pubhc schools at Cleveland, and was graduated 
at Western Reserve College (now Adelbert College), Hudson, Ohio, 
in 1875, as valedictorian of his class, and at the Harvard Law 
School in 1878, again at the head of his class. He was a member 
of Alpha Delta Phi, and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa during his 
junior year in college. 

Returning to Cleveland, he began the practice of law, soon becom- 
ing a member of the partnership of Terrell, Beach & Gushing. The 
successive partnerships of WiUiamson, Beach & Gushing, William- 
son, Gushing & Clarke, Gushing & Clarke, Gushing & Siddall, Gush- 
ing, Siddall & Lamb, and Cushmg, Hopkins & Lamb followed during 
the active career in the practice of law in which his hfe was passed. 
He was a trustee of Adelbert College of Western Reserve University 
and also of the University School, Cleveland. 

He married, 4 June 1884, Carolyn Kellogg, daughter of Ensign 
Hosmer and Caroline Lavinia (Campbell) Kellogg of Pittefield, Mass., 
who survives him. There are no children. 

Joseph Webber Ghadwick, A.M., of Maiden, Mass., a resident 
member since 1909, was bom at China, Me., 8 May 1836, the son of 
Abel and EUzabeth (Starrett) Ghadwick, and died at Maiden 21 
December 1917. He traced his descent from James^ Ghadwick of 
Maiden, a soldier in King Philip's War, through Benjamin,* James,* 
Judah,* and Abel,* his father. 

He was prepared for college at the New Hampton (N. H.) Literary 
Institution, where he excelled in Greek and was graduated in the Glass 



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of 1857. In 1858 he entered Bowdoin College, and although he taught 
during five of the twelve terms of his college course, he was graduated 
in 18G2 with Phi Beta Kappa honors, ranking fourth in the cla.ss of 
thirty-seven. In 1865 he received the degree of A.M. from his 
cdma mater. 

Immediately after leaving college he became principal of the New 
Hampton Literary Institution, having special charge of the cla.ssical 
department and for four years doing vigorous work aa teacher and 
principal. In 1866 he was elected professor of Latin in Bates College, 
but did not take up the duties of this position. In the same year he 
became usher in the Boston Latin School. lie afterwards became in 
turn submastcr and master there, and was at the head of the depart- 
ment of Latin from 1880 to 1906, when he retired from teaching. 

In his home city of Maiden he took an active part in church and 
municipal affairs. He served on the Maiden School Committee, and 
was one of the founders and a trustee of the Public Library. He 
was also one of the incorporators of the Maiden Industrial Aid Society, 
and a.ssisted in establishing the Maiden Home for Aged Persons, 
having been chairman of its executive committee from the beginning. 

He was a deacon in the First Congregational Church of Maiden, 
and a member of the Congregational Club of Massachusetts, the Pine 
Tree State Club, the Appalachian Mountain Club, and the Republi- 
can Club of Massachusetts. 

He married fiirst, at Maiden, 26 October 1863, Sarah Ellen Roberts 
of Maiden, who died in 1891, daughter of Stillman Killgore and Ohve 
(Bradford) Roberts; and secondly, at Wolfsborough, N. H., 20 July 
1893, Lydja Femald Remick, a former graduate and teacher of the 
New Hampton Literary Institution, daughter of Charles and Eliza- 
beth (Huggins) Remick, who with one son by his first wife, Stillman 
Percy Roberts Chadwick, A.B. (Harvard, 1892), A.M. (Harvard, 
1899), head of the department of history in Phillips Academy, Exeter, 
N. H., survives him. 

Rev. Leverett Wilson Spring, M.A., D.D., of Boston, a resident 
member since 1911, was born at Grafton, Vt., 5 Januar>' 1840, the 
son of Edward and Martha Maria (Atwood) Spring, and died in 
Boston 23 December 1917. His great-grandfather, Samuel Spring, 
a native of Weston, Mass., and an early settler of Grafton, Vt... was 
a descendant of John Spring, who came from Ipswich, co. Suffolk, 
England, to Watertown, Mass., in 1634, and his grandfather, hkewise 
named Samuel Spring, was also of Grafton. 

He was prepared for college at the Burr and Burton Seminar}^, 
Manchester, Vt., and was graduated at WiUiams College in the Class 
of 1863 and at the Hartford Theological Seminary in the Class of 
1866. During the year 1866-67 he was a resident hcentiate at 
Andover Theological Seminary. He received the honorary degree 
of M.A. from Williams College in 1886 and that of D.D. from the 
'University of Kansas in the same year. 

He was ordained to the Congregational ministry in 1868, when he 
was settled as pastor of the Rollstone Church at Fitchburg, Mass., 
where he remained until 1875. The next 3'ear he became pastor of 



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the Plymouth Church, Lawrence, Kans., and remained there in that 
office until 1881, when he was made professor of KngUsh hterature 
at the University of Kansas. He occupied this chair until 188G, when 
he was called to take a similar professorship at WiHiams College. 
He remained in active service at Williams until 1909, when he became 
professor emeritus of the Enghsh language and literature in the same 
institution. He resided in Boston in recent years. 

Professor Spring's literary productions include the following: 
"Kansas," in the American Commonwealth Series, 1885, revised in 
1906, "Mark Hopkins, Teacher," 1888, "Williams College," in the 
"History of Berkshire County," 1906, and various contributions to 
magazines. He also edited several addresses delivered at Williams 
on special occasions. 

He was a member of the American Historical Association, the 
Massachusetts Historical Society, the Vermont Historical Society, 
and the St. Botolph Club. 

He married at East Windsor Hill, Conn., 25 September 1867, 
IClizabeth Thompson, who died 19 March 1910, daughter of Professor 
William Thompson, D.D., of the Hartford Theological Seminary, 
Hartford, Conn., and his wife, EUza (Butler). His son, Romney 
Spring, B.A. (Williams, 1894), LL.B. (Harvard, 1897), bom 22 
October 1871, is a lawyer in Boston. 

Mrs. Jennie B. (Morrow) Fuller of Boston, a life member since 
1913, was born at Albany, N. Y., 14 August 1850, the daughter of 
John B. and Margaret B. (Craig) Morrow, and died in a hospital at 
Roxbury, Mass., after a brief illness, 24 December 1917. 

She was married at Brooklyn, N. Y., 27 December 1880, by Rev. 
Henry Ward Beecher of the Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, to Francis 
Henry Fuller, who was born at Lincoln, Me., 4 April 1846, and died 
in Boston 12 April 1913, the son of Timothy and Deborah Ellis 
(Baker) Fuller. Mr. Fuller had been a resident member of the New 
England Historic Genealogical Society since 1894, and a memoir of 
him may be found in Register, vol. 68, p. Ixv. He left no children. 

For a short time Mrs. Fuller resided at San Francisco, Cal., when 
Mr. Fuller's genealbgical work required his presence there. In more 
recent years she lived at the Trinity Church Home, South Hunting- 
ton Avenue, Boston. She was a member of St. Paul's Church 
(Episcopal), now St. Paul's Cathedral, Boston. She is buried in the 
family lot in Cypress Lawn Cemetery, San Mateo Co., Cal., where 
her mother's body and her husband's ashes are interred. 

In her last will Mrs. Fuller made a few bequests, including a bequest 
to the New England Historic Genealogical Society, and then provided 
that the residue of her property should go, in equal shares, to the 
New England Historic Genealogical Society, the Home for Deaf 
Mutes in Everett, Mass., the Trinity Church Home in Boston, and 
the Old People's Home in San Francisco, Cal. 



IX N. E. HISTORIC QENEALOaiCAL SOCIETY 

Memoirs of the following-named members of the Society may be 
found as indicated : 

Nathaniel Johnson Rust, in the Register of July 1917; Frank- 
lin Benjamin Sanborn, in the Register of October 1917; Charles 
Sidney Ensign, in the Register of January 1918; Henry Deering, 
in the Register of April 1918. 

It is expected that memoirs of Franklin Howard Gilson, Pren- 
tiss CuMMTNGS, and Moses Greeley Parker will app)ear in future 
numbers of the Register. 



INDEX OF MEMOIRS 



Allen, Frank Augustus . . . 
Beaman, George Herbert . . 
Benton, Josiah Henry . . . 
Briggs, Oliver Leonard . . . 
Bucknam, Wilton Francis . 
Burbank, Samuel Kendall . 
Burdakin, John Howard . . 
Chadwick, Joseph Webber . 
Chandler, William Eaton . . 
Codman, James Macmaster . 
CJonnor, Lucy Sanborn (Good- 
ell) 

Crocker, Sarah Haskell . . . 
Cushing, William Elrastus . . 
Davis, Nicholas Darnell . . 

Dowst, John 

Fitr, Charles Frederick . . . 
Fuller, Jennie B. (Morrow) . 
Harbach, William Francis . 



xxxiii 


Holton, Henry Dwight . 


. . xl 


xliv 


Joy, Franklin Lawrence . 


. xlv 


XTTviii 


Larkin, Alfred Otis . . . 


XXXVl 


xlvii 


Leverett, George Vasmer 


. xlix 


xlvi 


McElwain, Ida Eloise . . 


. liii 


XXXVl 


Merrill, Frederick James 




XXXIV 


Hamilton 


XXXV 


Ivii 


MofiFett, John Fletcher . . 


xxxvii 


hv 


Mowry, William Augustus 


. xlv 


XXXVl 


Punchard, Edward Oscar . 


. li 




Ranlett, Charles Everett . 


xliii 


xlvii 


Sloan, John Taylor . . . . 


. xlix 


Tlii 


Spring, Leverett Wilson . . 


. Iviii 


Ivii 


Talcott, Mary Kingsbury . 


. lii 


xxxu 


Tucker, Edward Tobey . . 


. xlii 


lii 


Webster, Henry SewaU . . 


. xH 


1 


N Wells, Edwin Perry . . . 


. Ivi 


lix 


Woodward, Samuel Walter. 


. xlviii 


Ivi 







CHARTER AND ENABLING ACTS 



An Aot to inoorporat« the New England Uistorio Oenealogical Sodsty. 

B0 it enacUd by ths SenaU and House of RepreserUatxpes, in Qentral Couri ataemfjUd, 
and by ths aulhorxly 0/ Ihs tame, at foUaxat: 

Sbct. 1. Charlea Ewer. J. Wingate Thornton. Joaeph Willard. their aaaociatea 
and Buccessora, are hereby made a oori>oration. by the name of the New England 
Hifltorio Genealogical Bociety, for the purpose of collecting, preserving, and occa- 
■ionally publiahing, genealogical and historical matter, relating to early New England 
families, and for the establishment and iiiaintenanco of a cabinet; and for these pur- 
poses, shall have all the powers and privileges, and, be subject to all the duties, r^ 
quirements and liabilities, set forth in the forty-fourth chapter of the Revised Statutes. 

Sbot. 2. The said corporation may hold and possess real and personal estate, to 
an amount not exceeding twenty thousand dollars. 

[Approved by the Qovemor, March 18, 18j^.] 

Ada and Retolvet of the General Couri of Mattachutettt, 18^5, chapter 16t. 



An Act to enable ths New England EUstorio-Genealogical Society to hold an addi- 
tional amount of property. 

Be it enacted, etc., at foUowt: 

Bbotion 1. The New England Historio-Genealogical Society may take, by pur- 
chase, gift, grant or otherwise, and hold, real and py^rsonal estate not exceeding one 
hundred thousand dollars, in addition to the amount authorised by the second section 
of chapter one hundred and fifty-two of the acts of the year one thousand eight hundred 
and forty-five. 

Bbotion 2. This aot shall take effect upon its passage. 

Approved April 1, 1868. 

AcU and Retolvet, 1868, chapter 100. 



An Act to enable the New England HLstorio-Genealogic&l Society to hold additional 
real and personal property. 

Be U enacted, etc., at foUowt: 

SuonoN 1. The New England Historic-Genealogical Society may take by bequest, 
gift, grant, or otherwise, and hold, real and personal estate not exceeding two hun- 
dred thousand dollars in value in addition to the amount authorised by section two 
of chapter one hundred and fifty-two of the acta of the year one thousand eight hun- 
dred and forty-five, and by section one of chapter one hundred of the acta of the year 
one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight, and exclusive of the value of all books, 
papers, pictures and statuary now owned, or which may be hereafter acquired by 
•aid society. 

BxonoN 2. This aot shall take effect upon its passage. 

Approved AprH IS, 1888, 

AcU and Retolvet, 1888, chapter ttl. 



An Aot to enable women to become members of the New En^and Historic Gene«- 

logical Society. 
Be it enacted, etc., at foUowt: , 

The New England Historic Genealogical Society, a corporation organised under 
the laws of this Commonwealth, may admit women to membership, subject to such 
restrictions as the by-laws of seud corporation may from time to time impose. 

Approved April 10, 1897. 
AeU and Retolvet, 1897, chapter £75. 



The following is from the Revised La\ot of 190t, Corporation Acts, chapter ItS, tection 8: 
Any corporation organized under general or spvecial laws for any of the purposes 
mentioned in section two [educational, charitable, antiquarian, historical, literary, 
•cientific, eto.) . . . may hold real and personal estate to an amount not exceed- 
ing one million five hundred thousand dollars. 

(Ixi) 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



NoTB. — Roman Dumeral« refer to th« page* of the SupplemsDU 



ABBEY Abbe 

Edward Verne 299 
Harriet E:8tella 299 

Thomaa 321 
ABBOT Abbott 

U 

Alexander 63 64 

Avi* 189 

Betaey 63 64 

Charles Dudley zl 

Dana H. 63 

Eliiabeth 64 

Epbraim 64 

Jennie Lind 296 

John 64 

Laura 64 

Laurinda xl 

Lucy P. 119 

Mary 14 64 

Mary Eliiabeth xl 

Sarah 64 
ABEL Asa 124 

Lydia 124 
ABORN Albert 124 

Martha 64 

Mary A. 124 

Samuel 64 

Sophia Jane 124 

William J. 124 
ACKLEY Abner B. 167 
ACBXON Joan 232 238 
ADAMS Addams 

175 319 

Abel 37 

Anna R. 165 

Asenath 319 

Ashur 100 169 

Betsey 171 

Charles 240 

Charles H. 107 

David 36 37 

Hannah 318 

Hesekiah 35 

Hitty 101 

Isabel C. 165 

Jared 318 

John 198 

Jonathan 35 37 

Joseph 100 

Keiiah 101 

Lucina 35 

Lydia 293 

Margaret 240 

Margery 232 

Martha E. 107 

Mary 32 299 

Mary Clarke 100 

Mercy 35 

Nancy 100 169 

Pelatiah 36 

Roderick 101 

Roger 10 

Samuel 240 

Sarah 36 37 198 319 

Susannah 101 

Theodore Parker 10 

Thomas 32 

Walter 158 
ADGATE Rebecca 218 

VOL. Lxxn. 



AGARD Arthur E. 124 

Eliiabeth H. L. 124 

Fernando M. 124 

George H. 124 

MaHa A. 124 

Maaon 124 

OUn H. 124 

Ransel H. 124 
AKINS Mary 110 

Mary Brownell 110 

William 110 
ALBERT Anna 171 

Jeremiah 171 
ALBRO Mary H. 105 
ALCOTT Jetlediah 41 

Sarah 41 176 

Susannah 99 
ALDEN John xlviii 

Suiiannah 287 
ALDERMAN Jenisha P. 105 

John N. 105 
ALDRICH Caroline Eliaa xivi 

Deborah 21 23 

Emma H. xl 

Esekiel xlvi 

George 152 

George W. 124 

Hannah M. 124 

Josephine Emery xl 

Peter 21 23 

Richard Ransom xl 

Thomaa 20 
ALEXANDER Winthrop x\'ii 
ALFORD Amanda 102 

Benedict 39 

Chloe 39 

Jeremiah 172 

Jonas 100 

Thankful 100 
ALGER Abial 201 

Bcthia 201 

John 
ALLB RIGHT Manley Fifield 

ALLEN AUin AIl>'n Alyn 
33 

Abigail 23 91 103 106 110 144 

257 
Abiram 91 92 174 
Abner 145 

Amaiiah 20 21 22 23 25 
Annie xxxiv 
Annie G. xxxiv 
Asa 258 
Aug\istus 179 
Aurelia 42 89 
Benjamin 37 
Caroline 258 
Catherine 267 268 
Chester 176 178 
Clarissa 291 
Daniel 22 25 
Da\-id 268 

Ebeneier 21 22 23 25 27 xxxiii 
Edward 144 318 
Eleanor 25 
Eleaxer xxxiii 
Elijah 170 176 178 268 

El iff ^H^ T-n-iii 



ALLEN cont'd 
Kliia 291 
Elisabeth 143 259 xxxiii 

xxxiv 
EUen 2.W 
I-:sther 89 
Eunice 89 99 
Eunice E. 104 
Frances 107 

Frank Augustus xxxi xxxiii 
George xxxiii 
Hannah 100 
Harriet 291 
Herl>crt M. xxxir 
Horace Octavius ««"" 
Isaiah 268 
Jacob 257 
James xxxiii 
Job 37 
John 113 143 144 166 167 190 

203 
Jonathan 33 40 100 167 172 

179 
JoMph 103 
Judith 25 
Lois 268 
Lorana 268 
Lucina 170 
Lucinda 268 
Lucretia 145 
Lucy 33 145 146 174 
Luke 42 166 

Lydia 22 25 42 89 257 258 
Nlark 258 268 
Martin R. 258 
Mary 22 23 24 25 27 1 13 
Mary Ann 258 
Matilda 258 
Matilda H. 258 
Mercy 258 
Mercy Ann 258 
MUo 291 
Miriam 102 
Nathaniel li 
Neal 268 
GUve 103 
Pardon 145 
Pelatiah 91 178 
Phebe 219 
Polly 101 
Rachel 167 318 
Rebecca 220 
Rhoda 113 
Rox>' 101 
Ruth 25 145 257 
SaUy 316 
Sal Vina 258 
Samuel xxxiii 
Sarah 43 99 101 175 177 257 

283 
Sherwood 168 
Solomon 29 32 43 91 99 107 

168 170 172 267 268 
Sutira P. 258 
Susannah 22 23 25 27 
Thomas 33 34 89 101 167 175 
TiUy 145 
Timothy 34 184 
W. H. 172 



22 



I 



Ixiv 



Index of Persons 



ALLEN cont'd 

Walter 25 

Walter li. 258 

William 92 
ALLERTON Mary 12 

laaao 12 
ALLEY (^atherice 240 

Orrin H. 240 

lUohel 311 
AIUd •«« Alien 
ALLIS DiHRtha 102 

Lyman 102 177 

Mary 143 

Samuel 143 
Allyn tee Allen 
ALMY Alice 22 

William 25 
ALVORD Lucy 218 
Alyn are Allen 
AMBROSE Frederick Mardcn 

xix 
AMEE All>ert Francia xix 
ANDERSON Clarissa Eaton 
124 

Uiram 124 

John 182 

Lucinda 124 

Luther C. 124 

Mary P. 124 
ANDREWS Andrew Androa 
Androas Androwos Andrus 

221 

Amelia C. 124 

Amo« 47 97 

Ashbel 318 

Carrie L. 124 

Charlotte Ivi 

Dorcaa 99 

Edmund Sir 140 

Elixabeth 124 221 

George 124 

Hannah 318 

Hector 171 

Jerusha 31 42 

Joel 34 

John 225 318 xlvii 

John Charlea States xviii 

Joaiah B. 100 

Levi L. 124 

Love 6 

Mary 100 

Mary Ann 97 

Nathaniel Seymour 318 

Newton L. Ivi 

Rebecca xlvii 

Roxy *7 

Samuel 31 34 42 168 

Thomas 5 
ANKER Stephen 52 
ANTHONY Abigail 28 

Daniel 112 113 

•David 23 24 28 109 

Elihu 25 

Hannah 24 112 113 

Humphrey 24 112 113 

John 113 

Joflhua 113 

Judith 24 28 109 

Lydia 25 

LydiaT. 113 

Phebe 109 

Susan 112 

Susannah 23 
ANTIN Mary ivii xviii 
Ap Owen tee Owen 
APPLETON Francis Henry 250 

William Sumner vii xxix 
ARMS Jennie Maria xx 

MargRPCt 315 
ARNOLD David 124 

Edward 13 

Elisha 23 124 

Eliiabeth 22 

Esther Huling 124 

Hannah 124 316 



ARNOLD cont'd 

Hannah M. 124 

Lydia 13 25 

\fary 210 

Mary Kimball 124 

Ht«-|)hen 124 
Arnuiii van $ee Van Arnum 
ARTHUR Chester Alan Iv 

Margaret 61 

William 61 
ASH Benjamin F. 106 



Mary A. 106 
SHLE1 



ASHLEY Abner 124 

Alvin 8. 124 

Benjamin 125 
. liennie A. 125 

Elijah 124 

Eliia Ann 124 

EliiaUth J. 125 

Eunice 283 

Hattie E. 125 

Henry A. 125 

I>ovisa 125 

Sabra 125 

Sarah 317 

Thomas 317 
ASKINS Alexander 240 

H*-t«ey 240 

Eli8al>eth 240 
ASPINWALL WiUi»m 11 

190 
ASTOL C:onchita 295 
ATEN Althea May 301 

John G. 301 

Mary I^vina 301 
ATFYLDE Richard 52 
ATHERTON Joehua 79 
ATKINS C. A. 64 

C. L. 54 

Frank Waller 64 
ATKINSON Atkynaon 

Herry 52 

Liiiie Daniel Rose xix 
ATWATER Huldah 111 

Mead 111 
ATWOOD Luther vi 

Martha Maria Iviii 

Marj' Shaw 248 
AUSTIN Austen 

— Mrs. 183 

Andrew 255 256 266 267 

Andrew W. 267 

Anna 257 266 270 

Anthony 320 

Bethia 222 

Calvin 320 

Da>'id 8. 261 

Delight 320 

Elijah 183 

Eliiabeth 256 261 320 

Hannah 266 

Horace 320 

Huldah 267 

Jamea 256 320 

John 267 

John S. 320 

Jonathan 8. 320 
. Lydia 255 266 

Lydia Morrell 267 

Maria 267 

Mary 160 256 267 307 320 

Mehitable 320 

Mercy 256 264 

Nahum 261 

Oliver Winalow 266 

Richard 320 

Roderick 320 

Sarah 266 267 

Seth 320 

Sibyl M. 267 

Susannah 23 320 

Thaddeus R. 320 

Theodate 266 

William 4 267 
AVEUNG James 1S2 



AVERILL Averell 

E^kif^l 240 

I'ruicilla 240 
AVERY Anna 3^X5 

Hannah 300 

Thomas 300 
AYXlA Sanebft d« 134 
AYER Ayer« Ayre 

lietsey 307 

Elisal>eth 153 

Humphrey 153 

Kusannah 272 
AYLSWORTH Susannah 20 
Ayre •«« Ayer 

BABCOCK Badcork Badoock* 
— Mn. 174 

Charles 125 

Charles H. 125 

Chester 125 

Cordelia Swiit 308 

Elijah 125 

Eliiabeth 110 

Elisabeth A. 125 

E^xperience 125 

Isaiah 125 

laaiah M. 125 

Julia 308 

Julia A. 125 

Lucinda 125 

Mariva A. 125 

Mary 125 

Mary Ann 125 

Phares 125 

Robert 191 

Ruhamah 201 

Ruth 125 

Sylvia 64 

Thnothy 308 

William 64 
BABSON Abigail 240 241 

Annie 8. 241 

EUen 240 

Harriet 241 

John 240 241 242 

John Hues 241 

Sarah 240 

Thomas MrCrate 240 
BACKUS — Rev. Mr. 2« 

Frances Elisabeth 97 

Frances M. 49 97 

Franklin Ward 97 

N. N. 97 

William Richards 97 

William Warner 97 
BACON Francis 102 

Ix)vice 102 
Badcock ««« Babcock 
Badcooke »« Babcock 
BAGGE Eliiabeth 232 
BAGLEY Mary K. 305 
BAILEY Baley Bayley 

Almira E. 291 

Almiry 301 

Andrew 285 

David L. 301 

Francis 135 137 

Israel 287 

Jane 135 137 

Jere. 241 

Kexiah 287 

Lydia Rebecca 301 

Maria 241 

Mary Spofford 163 

Rachel 287 

Rebecca 2S5 
BAKER Abigail 64 

Abner 241 

Angeline 302 

Anna Mary 310 

Aaa2S 

lienjamin Cornell 310 

Benjamin Franklin 310 

Bessie Viora 310 

CatheriiM 273 



Index of Persona 



bcr 



BAKER cont'd 

Charloa La Verno 310 

Charles W. 125 

Cynthia 20 27 

Daniel 28 04 273 

David 20 27 28 108 

Davia 125 

Deborah 04 

Deborah Ellia lix 

Kbeneeer 04 

Elbert Case 310 

Eli 04 

Eliiabeth 232 

Esther 20 

Gertrude J. 310 

Hannah 28 

Harriet 104 

Hem an 125 

Jacob 04 

Jane 125 

John 27 04 

John E. 241 

Joseph 28 04 

Lois 04 

Lvdia 213 310 

Maroia 125 

Mary 273 

Michael S. 241 242 

Moses 20 27 

Oliver 104 

Peace 20 28 

Phebe 190 

Ray MUesSlO 

Samuel 125 190 

Sarah 04 

Sevalia S. 120 

Stephen 20 28 

Sylvan us 125 

Temperance 125 

Titus 04 

Vina 04 

Vi\'ian Gladys 310 

William 241 
BALCH Francis Noyes xxix 
BALDANZA Susan E. 241 
BALDWIN Hannah 285 

Jabes 285 

Thomas Williams 102 249 
Haley ««« Bailey 
BALL 221 

Alice Douglas xxzvi 

Lucy 221 

Mary xixvi 

Trueworthy M. xxxvi 
BALLARD Dellard 

Abigail 273 

a. 243 

Benjamin 241 

Betsey W. 241 

Charlotte R. 241 

James W. 241 

Samuel 241 

Sarah 243 
BALLOU Aaron 25 109 

Hoeea Starr vii x 

Lydia 25 109 
BANCROFT Samuel 289 
BARBER Barbour Barbur 

30 

Abigail 04 

Achsati Delight 98 

Allyn 45 46 95 103 177 179 

Allyn Ogden 95 

Anna 35 

Asa 175 

Belinda 309 

Bethusl 177 

Betsey 94 175 

Calvin 98 

Calvin Nelson 98 

Candace 102 

Charles 100 

Charlotte 46 103 

Clarissa 99 

DoUy 100 



BARBER cont'd 

hkimund Dana xvii 

Elijah 04 

Elisha 38 

Enoch Drake 39 

Erastua 40 95 179 

Eraatus Asa 95 

Esther 30 30 95 99 100 171 

I-lavia 40 

George 107 xvii 

Gideon 35 

(jrandison 175 184 

Hannah 102 

Henry 34 

llephiibah 107 

James 30 32 34 95 100 
109 

Jane 37 

Jeruaha 101 

Jo<?139 

Jonah 30 

I^ura 184 

Lucius Barnes viii 

Malinda 303 

Mary 174 

OUver 175 179 181 

Phebe 107 

PhUo 38 

Rhoda 105 

Russell 32 

Ruth 100 102 

Sarcpta 93 

Tabitha 30 

Thomas 37 39 92 93 94 102 
174 175 170 177 
BARDNER Laurence 57 
BARKER 38 

Angeline Faxon 10 

Calvin 50 

I::iea«er 38 

Hephiibeth 10 

Hiram 10 

John Minot 291 

Lucia Ann 291 

BARLOW 183 

BARNARD Earned 

Aaron 34 125 

Ann 125 

Anna F. 104 

Arminda K. 106 

Elijah 177 

Esther 125 

Francis 87 125 

Hesekiah 34 

Horace 34 

James 39 

John 125 

Levi 34 

May E. 107 

Mehitable 125 

Moees 125 

Oliver H. 104 

Rhoda 87 

Samuel 125 

Sarah E. 107 

Solomon 125 

Thomas 125 
BARNES Bams 

Edwin 04 

Eunice 32 

John 33 

Jonathan 04 

Lucy 147 

Rachel 04 

Theodosia 147 

Timothy 32 33 

WUliam 147 
BARNETT Barnct Bamot 

Aaron 39 

James 39 40 173 177 

James M. 100 

Jeremiah 178 

John 29 • 

Lucy 39 

May 29 



BARNBTT cont'd 

Patty 39 

Patty Mills 40 

Hamantha P. 100 173 
Harnit ie« HarDes 
BARNSLBY Sarah 299 
BARRELL J«nnie Stetson xxi 
BARRETT Corlis 04 05 

Daniel 04 05 

Daniel H. 54 

Ella J. 04 

Jaaianiah 27 

Joseph 04 

I>avina Ide 04 

Patty 307 

Rhcxla 21 27 04 05 

Harah 05 

Wilson 295 
BARROWS Charity 286 
BARTER EUtabeth 241 

George H. 241 

Henry 241 

W. 134 
BARTHOLOMEWE John 55 
BARTLETT HarUet 

Anne Eliia 96 181 

Blamche Evelj'n 299 

C. David xix 

Charlotte Jane 299 

David Van Watrous Golden 
90 

Delia Jane 94 

Harriet 47 93 

Isaac 30 31 

Israel 79 

Jane 44 48 

Jemima 280 281 

John 44 92 93 94 95 90 102 
175 178 280 281 

John N. 48 

John Newton 95 

Joseph Gardner 80 223 

Julia Maria 90 

Marion Luville 299 

Mary 47 93 

Mar>' Foster xix 

OUve30 

Percy xix 

Rhoda E. 272 

Thomas 79 
BARTON Elkanah 05 

Mary 05 
BASCOM Ewltiel 144 

Rebecca 144 
BASFORD Jerusha 297 

Jonathan 297 

Sallv 297 
BASKERFIELD Anne 134 

137 
BASKERVILLB Baskerrill 

John xl 

Patrick Hamilton 80 
BASS Mercy 221 

Samuel 221 
BASSET Sallv 207 
BATCHELD^R Samuel FnnciM 

162 
BATEMAN Hannah 199 

John 199 

Rachel 199 
BATES Mary 198 
BATHRIE Lasarus 183 
BATTEY Benjamin 110 

Jesse 110 

Ix)uiAa 146 

Mao- Brownell 110 

Mercy 110 

Svlvanua 146 

Thankful 26 

Thomas Jesse 253 
BAXTER Delight 65 

Eunice 254 

Hannah 254 

James Phinney 76 158 245 
vi z zi 



bcvi 



Index of Persons 



BAXTER cont'd 

John 65 

Julia 66 

Mary 65 

Mary L. 65 

Sally 66 

Samuel 65 

SimeoD 65 
Bayley te« Hailoy 
BAYNBREGE Arthur 62 
BAYNB liaynea 



Howard Randolph 76 xviii 
BEACH Hannah 284 

John lg4 

Lydia 284 
BEAGAN Richard 188 
BEAL Heale 

Abigail 198 

Bamabaa 27 

Bathsbua 198 

Benianiin 198 

Boylflton Adama vii 

Deborah 27 

Hannah 198 

James 285 

Mary 198 

Rachel 300 

Uranah 285 
BEAMAN Anna Ekin xlv 

Charlca Cotcaworth iliv 

Ephraim xliv 

Gamaliel xliv 

George Herbert rxx xliv 

John 143 xliv 

Joeeph xliv 

Mary Ann xliv 

Sarah 143 
BEAN Hannah 260 

James 260 
BEAR Sarah 228 239 
BEARCE Job 287 

Sarah 287 
BEARD Elisabeth 232 

John 232 

William 227 
BEARDSLEB Abigail 78 

Ephraim 77 78 

Tbomas 77 
BECKER Gertrude 309 
BECKLEY Sarah 214 
BECKWITH Isaac 105 

Laura C. 105 
BEDFORD RusseU Edward 

Earl of 186 187 190 
BEECHER Henry Ward Ux 
BEEDE Everett Jefta 246 vi 
BEELEN Caroline de xlv 
BEGG Mary A. 106 
BEKE Bek 

Agnes 52 

EGtabeth 52 

John 52 

WUliam 59 
BELCHER Jonathan 5 201 
BELDEN Beldin« 

Abigail 213 

Daniel 142 315 

Ebeneier 212 

EUsha 213 

EUsabeth 142 212 213 

Esther 316 

Eunice 213 

Experience 213 

Gideon 212 213 

Hannah 212 213 

Hesekiah 213 

John 212 

Lucia A. 106 

Margaret 315 

Mary 216 

Melancthon C. 106 

Rebecca 221 

Richard 212 315 

Ruth 213 315 



BELDEN cont'd 

HaniuH 212 

Harah 213 

William 315 
BELKNAP Belnap 

Henry Wyckoff 162 223 vli 

Mary Lavina 301 
BELL Alexander Graham 250 
252 

Harriet 296 

Nathaniel 206 

Sarah 13 296 

Sarah GroM xix 
Hellard •«« Ballard 
BELLOCH James 285 

Sally 2«5 
BELLOMONT Coote Richard 

Karl of 194 195 
Belnap $m Belknap 
BEMAn Elii.ha 29 

Reul>en 38 

Thomas 29 38 
BEMIS 183 

Charlena xxi 
BENCHLEY George Henry 

xix 
BEND Richard 63 

Suiian 63 
BENEDICT 314 

Daniel 314 

Dinah 215 

Esra 314 

Hannah 314 

Henry Marvin 314 

Jemima 314 

Mary 314 

Nabby 320 

Noah 320 

Phebe 316 

Samuel 314 

Thomas 314 
BENJAMIN Keiiah 282 

Rial xix 
BENNETT Mary 305 

Sally 65 

Syra 65 
BENTON Adonijah 125 126 

Agnes 65 

Alice 57 

Andrew xxrviii 

Anna 126 

Benjamin D. 126 

Betty 65 

Charles E. 126 

Daniel 65 

EUsha 65 

Eunice 66 

Jacob 65 xxxix 

Jane 65 

Josephine Emery xl 

Joaiah Henry xxz xxxviii 
xxix xl 

Martha Ellon xxxviii 

Mary Elisabeth xl 

Mary M. 126 

Phebe 65 

Samuel 65 xxxix 

Samuel Slade xxxix 

Sarah 65 

Thankful 65 
BERNARD Aaron 126 

EUtabeth 99 

John 126 

Mabel 100 

Selah 99 
BERRJAN Eliaa 302 
BERRY Ber>' 

Bettv 284 

Sarah lu 
BESSELL Charles 303 

Hann&h 303 

Ida Louise 303 
BEST Eunice H. 265 

Malcolm 265 
BETTELEY Charlotte xlix 



BXTTENS f^lward Datraa Ma 

I>ouiM K. 248 
BBTTS AbigaU 314 

Ann 314 

KUsabelh 313 

(Jideon 215 

Jame* 210 

Maltiiew 314 

IUchel215 

Sarah 313 

Thomas 313 314 
BEVERIDGE CaUierins xix 
BEWELL Abigail 37 

Samurl 37 
BIBB Martin Luther 15 

Mary KUtabetii 15 
BIDWELL Bulwel 

AbigaU 42 101 182 

Anna 47 100 

Anson Lorenso 93 

Candice 99 

Cordelia 88 106 

Cornelia 46 

Cornelius 94 06 177 

Cyrus 93 

Delia P. 65 

Ellen F. 147 

Emily 47 

Frances 147 

Hannah 40 167 

liorton 92 

JamM 32 43 46 88 91 92 93 94 
95 96 103 105 178 182 

Jonathan 29 32 40 42 48 50 93 
100 173 174 175 

Julia 94 

Julia Ann 48 

Lavinia 49 

Lovioe43 45 88 91 103 178 

Lucia 49 94 

Lucia A. 106 

Mabel 220 

Marietta G. 50 

Nathan Goodwin 88 

Nathaniel 44 50 92 93 94 96 
102 173 

Olive G. 105 

Oabom 65 147 

Rachel 40 166 

Ruth 289 

Ruth Melinda 65 

Samuel Walter 95 

Sarah 49 

Sarah EUaabeth 96 

SariaBa94 

Trj-phena 92 102 173 
BIGELOW Francis Hill 250 

John 319 

Jonathan 319 

Mabel 319 

Martha 219 
BaL Abigail 196 

Mary 195 

Thomas 195 196 
BILUNGS Billing 

Ann 201 

Anna 201 

Charle« H. 65 

Daniel 135 

Graoe 135 

Joeeph 201 

Reliance 201 

Ruhamah 201 

Samuel 201 

Sarah 201 
BaLINGSLET Daniel 137 

Graoe 137 
BINGHAM Charlotte 293 

Diadema Elisabeth 293 

Julius Augustus 292 293 

Marcus Kirkland 293 
BIRD Burd 

John 306 

Judith 232 

L*rk306 



I 



Index of Persons 



Ixvii 



BIRD cont'd 

M*ry Miller 30« 

MebilAblfl 22.) 

Nancy Lavini* 30<J 
BIRKLY Waiusr 171 
BISHBRER Luoy 311 
BISHOP liyahopp 

Alio« 186 

Ann« IKO 102 194 

Avis 189 

Edith 180 

Eleanor 186 

Humphrey 189 

Joan 180 

John 186 

Thomaa 186 188 180 
BISSELL BiBMl 

— Col. 42 166 

Amelia 41 

Anna 41 

Daniel 37 38 

Edwin 104 

Eather 101 

Esekiel 38 

Heaekiah 41 88 08 99 166 169 

Juliana 88 

Mary 41 42 100 168 

Nancy 100 

Newbury 37 

Wealthian 104 
BLACK Nancy 311 
BLACKLBDGE Benjamin 106 

Mary 196 
BLACKWEY Richard 133 
BLAINE Jamoa Gillespie lir 
BLAIR Goorfl:e 303 

Jane Eliiabeth 303 

Mary Ann 303 
BLAKE Emily 310 

Henry Nichols 77 
BLAKSLEE Hannah 283 

Jonah 28;j 
BLANCHARD Aaron 151 152 

Betaey 151 152 

laaao 151 152 

Joanna 151 

Joseph 151 152 

Lemuel 150 151 152 

Margaret 151 

Miranda 151 152 

Nathaniel 150 151 152 

Peggy 152 

Phebe 151 

Rachel 151 

Rebecca 151 152 

Samuel 150 

Sarah 151 152 

Thomas 150 151 

Watson 151 152 

WiUiam Henry 150 
BLANTON Blantaine 

Mary 194 196 

Phebe 194 

WiUiam 194 106 
BLETCHER J. 8. 81 
BLISS Ahaael 102 

Ambroeo 146 

Caroline 297 

Emeline 65 

Hannah 218 

John 65 

Leonard 322 

Lucy 146 
- Lydia 102 

\lary E. 65 

Olivia S. 65 

Sally 65 

Sophia 146 

Sylvester 65 
BLIVEN Ira 183 
BLOMIER Louise 15 
BLOOD Almira xxxvi 
BLOUNT Blunt 

Andrew 280 281 

Betaey 241 



BLOCnf T oont'd 

Eunice 281 

Nicholaj Sir 136 

Uraula 134 136 

Walter Daron Mountjoy tu 
Nfountjoy Haron 

Walter Kir 136 

William 241 

William Haron Mountjoy •«< 
Mountjoy Haron 
BOARDMAN Waldo Elias vi 
BODGE George Madi«on 195 

109 
BODMAN Cynthia 103 
BODWELL Cadwell 97 

Drayton Theodore 97 

Eliott 07 

Jonathan 06 07 104 

Roiy 104 

Sarah Jane 00 
Hodyche »ee Howditch 
BOICE Lisiie Ealonor xz 
BOLLES Augustus 177 170 

Jamos 170 
BOLTON Charles Knowles vii 

Nancy 305 

Samuel 150 
BomsU^ad »et Humstead 
BONNEVILLE Amabel B. 296 

Hcrter HeU 206 

Cleora Adelaide 206 

Clifford 206 

Mary Kliial)cth 296 

Sarah Ann 206 

WUliam Gill 296 
BONTON Jowjph 65 

Sarah 05 
BOOGE — Rev. Mr. M 
BOOTH Aaron 30 32 

Angie C. 65 

Levi 30 

Lovioe 102 

Maud Marilla 65 

Robert 222 

RufuB 32 

Samuel 65 
BORDRIMO AbigaU 102 

Benson 102 
BOSTWICK AUoe Louise 300 

John 210 

Louisa 300 

Mercy 210 

Sidney 300 
BOTSFORD Jabes 78 

Sarah 78 
Boudage «m Bowditch 
Boudicne les Bowditch 
Boudig $ee Bowditch 
Boudish «M Bowditch 
Bouditch «M Bowditch 
Bouredgo *«< Bowditch 
BOURGH Bridget 60 
BOUTON AbigaU 215 

Dinah 215 

Dorothy 215 

Eleaier 215 

EUiabeth 214 215 216 . 

Esther 215 

Eira 215 

Hannah 215 

Hesekiah 215 

James 216 

John 215 216 

Levi 215 

Mary 215 

Matthew 215 210 

Nathan 215 

PoUy 215 

Rachel 215 

Rebecca 216 

Rhoda 215 

Ruth 215 

S&r&h 214 215 

Seymour 215 

Simeon 215 



BOWDITCH Bodyeh« Bouda«e 

Boudiche Boudig Boudish 
Houditrh Hourc<lgo How- 
dagn liowdich HowdtdKo 
Bowdish Bowditea Howdy 
Howdych Bowr«dge Bow- 
ridge 

Abraham 228 231 235 

Agnes 225 230 2.16 

Ahre 231 2.32 233 

Amy 231 232 233 234 235 

Ann 238 

Anne 227 228 230 231 232 234 
235 238 

Anstice 233 

Hanard <e« Barnard 

Hamard 23(J 231 232 233 234 
235 

Benjamin 235 

Bernard $e* Barnard 

Hunard «<« Hamard 

Caleb 235 

Catherine 232 234 

Charlea Pickering 223 

Christian 233 

Daniel 226 220 238 239 

Daretie ««« Dorothy 

Dorcas 230 232 237 238 

Dorothy 220 233 235 

E<iith 220 

Eleanor 230 232 233 

Elisabeth 228 220 230 231 
232 233 234 235 238 230 

Esther 234 

Ethclrede 228 

Flore 233 

Frances 232 

George 225 226 228 229 230 

231 232 233 234 236 237 
238 

GUes235 

Graoe 225 229 231 232 233 

234 236 
Guielmus ««« William 
Hannah 227 230 234 235 237 

238 
Harold 223 i xix 
Hester 230 232 234 
Honor 231 235 
James 230 234 238 
Jane 230 234 
Jean 235 
Jennie 235 
Joan 225 227 228 229 230 231 

232 233 234 235 237 238 
Joanna 234 

Joel 227 231 237 238 

Joill JM Joel 

Johanna 226 239 240 

John 225 226 227 228 220 230 

231 232 233 234 235 236 
237 

Joseph 230 235 
Judith 232 235 
JuUan 220 232 
Katharine 226 227 229 233 

237 238 
Magdalene 220 232 237 
Margaret 229 230 231 232 

233 234 235 236 237 
Margery 225 229 231 232 233 

234 236 
Marie 233 
Martha 230 

Mary 229 230 231 232 233 

234 235 240 
Maude 228 

Mawdline ie4 Magdalene 
Michael 226 227 229 230 231 

232 233 234 235 237 238 
Nathaniel 223 224 
Nicholas 225 228 220 230 231 

232 233 234 235 236 
Oner le* Honor 
Patienoe 230 235 



Ixviii 



Index of Persons 



BOWDITCH cont'd 
Pcrailla «M rriBcilla 
Philip 232 233 
PhiDeu 23.'S 

PrisciUa 227 230 235 237 
Prudeno* 230 234 235 
Rachol 230 232 
Ilichard 228 229 230 231 232 

233 234 235 

Rol)flrt 225 227 228 229 230 
231 232 233 234 235 236 
237 

Samuol 229 230 231 232 234 
236 238 

Sarah 224 226 228 231 232 

234 238 230 240 
Sibyl 229 
Simon 229 235 

Stephen 228 229 231 233 237 

SuBan 229 232 

Susannah 231 232 233 234 

235 
Thorn afl 228 229 230 231 234 

235 237 238 

William 223 224 225 226 227 
228 229 230 231 232 233 
234 235 236 237 238 239 
BOWEN Dorcaa 108 

Elisabeth 320 

Ephraim 108 

Isaao 108 

John 108 

Pardon 108 

Phebe 108 

Susannah 108 
BOWERMAN Abigail 109 113 

David 113 

Doratha 109 

Elisabeth 113 

Lydia 113 

Martha 113 

Stephen 109 113 

William 113 
BOWERS Ann 299 

Catherine M. 105 

Marian 308 
BOWES Beatrice 61 

Thomaa 61 
BO WIS Katharine 60 

Thomas 60 
BOWLBY Robert Archer 77 

iviii 
Bowredge iee Bowditch 
Bowridge tee Bowditch 
BOYD Catherine 241 

Elisabeth D. 241 

Hannah 241 

John 284 

Joahua 241 

Judith 284 

Margaret 241 

Margaret M. 241 

Mary C. 241 

Mary Hilton 241 

Mary Jane 241 

Mary T. 241 

Myra 241 

Thomas 241 

Thomas Jefferson 241 

William Andrew 241 

WUliam Mclntyer 241 
BRACE Asahel 99 

Jared 126 

Lucy 126 

Manning 170 

Mary 219 

Sally 99 
BRACKET Hannah 263 
BRADBURY Thomas 86 
BRADFORD John 11 

Olive Iviii 

WUliam 12 161 317 
BRADLEY Bradly 

Elisabeth 62 

George 65 



BRADLEY cont'd 

Hannah 126 

Jabes 126 

Hoiy 120 

Thomas 62 
BRAGGE Dorcaa 232 238 

Elisabeth 232 

John 227 232 237 238 

Richard 225 

Robert 226 

William 225 
BRAINERD James Haielton 
308 

Jo«eph 298 

I^wrcnce 76 83 vi 

Margaret 298 

Mary Abigail 308 

Nancy 208 

Prisrilla Hamlin 308 
BRALEY Caleb 110 

George 110 

Mary 110 

Moees 110 
BRATTLE Elisabeth 220 

Thomas 196 
BRAY Jamea 182 

Joan 83 

John 83 
BRAYTON Daniel 22 23 24 25 
28 

Hannah xiv 
BREADWAY WUliam 55 
BRECK Ann 166 

Edward 156 

John 156 

Susannah 156 
BRENLEY Elisabeth 227 
BREWER Aahbel 107 

Joaiah 107 

Lucy T. 107 

May E. 107 
BREWSTER William xlvui 
Brian tee Bryan 
BRIANT Patience 235 
BRIDGE Arthur 160 
BRJGGS Brigea Brigs 

Amaaa C. xlvii 

Caleb rlvu 

Charles Harold xix 

Edward 59 

Elisabeth 59 

Frederick Huntington zlviu 

Lemuel xlvii 

Mary 59 

Mary Sabin xlviii 

Oliver Leonard xxx xlvii 
xlviii 

Sally xlvii 
BRIGHAM Augusta xix 

Clarence Saundera vii 

EmUy 65 

EmUy A. 65 

Ferdinand P. 66 

Franoea A. 65 

John P. 65 

Lurancey J. 65 

NVary L. P. 65 
Brigs «r« Briggs 
BRILEY Martha Barrett 302 

BRIMLEY 228 

BRINTNALL Nancy 242 

Thomas 242 
BRISTOWE Bristoe 

Daniel 62 

Margaret 62 
BROCKET George 46 96 

James E. 96 
BROCKWAY Alva 6 

Elijah 6 

Isaac 6 

Julia Maria 3 6 

Maria 6 

Samuel 6 

Wolston 6 
BRONSON Thankful 221 



BROOKS Brook 
Aaron 143 
Al>cl 143 

AbigaU 142 143 144 144 
Abner 145 
Adino E. 12« 140 
Alpheus 145 
Alvira 146 
Ann 147 
Anna 145 
Annis 145 
Asa 146 
AaaOlm 147 
Augusta 146 

Benjamin 143 144 145 144 
Benjamin Franklin 146 
Caleb 145 
Caroline 146 
Caroline Sabrina 147 
Cephas 144 
Charlea E. 146 
Chariea U. 140 
Daniel 144 
David 143 
Deliverance 143 
I>inah 143 
Dora Christiana 147 
Dorcaa G. 146 
Ebeneser 142 
I-klward 145 146 
Pxiward OLin 147 
iklward Wataon 147 
EU F. 146 
Eli T. 146 
Eliakim 144 
EUsabeth 142 143 144 145 

146 
Elisabeth L. 147 
Elisabeth Tefft 126 
Ellen F. 147 
Elnathan 145 
Emelino 242 
Emily 146 
Emily E. 146 207 
}-:sther 142 146 
Eunice 143 144 
Kuitelia 144 
Frederick xix 
Hannah 143 145 
Harriet 146 
Henry Mclntire 147 
Hiram 146 
Jamea Fisk 146 147 
Jamea WUlard 147 
Jennie Lavinia 147 
Jenisha 145 
Joanna 144 
John 142 144 
Jonas 242 
Jonas J. 242 
Jonathan 142 143 
Jo(«eph 142 143 144 145 
Julia Ix)uiAa 147 
Lavinia 144 
Lebbeus 145 
Louisa 146 

Lucien Bonaparte 140 
Lucy 145 146 
Lydia 143 144 
Lj-man 146 
Mabel Frances 147 
Margaret 143 
Maria 242 
Martha 146 
Martin 144 145 
Mary 142 143 144 145 
Mary A. 242 
Mary Ann 147 
Mar>' Louisa 146 
Mehitable 143 
Mercy 143 144 145 
Miriam 143 
MoUy 146 
Mooes 143 
Nathaniel 142 143 144 



Index of Persons 



Ixvii 



BIRD ooat'd 

Mary Millar 30A 

MehiUble 223 

Nancy Lavinia 30fl 
BIRKLY WalUjr 171 
BISHERBR Luoy 311 
BISHOP liynhopp 

Alio« 186 

Anne 189 192 104 

Aria 189 

Edith 180 

Eleanor 186 

Humphrey 189 

Joan 189 

John 186 

Thomaa 186 188 180 
BISSELL Biasol 

— Col. 42 166 

Amelia 41 

Anna 41 

Daniel 37 38 

Edwin 104 

Eather 101 

Esekiel 38 

Hesekiah 41 88 08 09 166 160 

Juliana 88 

Mary 41 42 100 168 

Nancy 100 

Newbury 37 

Wealthian 104 
BLACK Nancy 311 
BLACKXBDGB Benjamin 106 

Mary 196 
BLACKWEY Richard 133 
BLAINE Jamoa GiUeapie lir 
BLAIR George 303 

Jane Eliiabeth 303 

Mary Ann 303 
BLAKE Emily 310 

Henry NichoU 77 
BLAKSLEE Hannah 283 

Jonah 283 
BLANCHARD Aaron 151 152 

Betaey 151 152 

laaao 151 152 

Joanna 151 

Joeeph 151 152 

Lemuel 150 151 152 

Margaret 151 

Miranda 151 152 

Nathaniel 150 151 152 

Peggy 152 

Phebe 151 

Rachel 151 

Rebecca 151 152 

Samuel 150 

Sarah 151 152 

Thomaa 150 151 

WatM>n 151 152 

William Henry 150 
BLANTON Blantaine 

Mary 104 196 

Phebe 104 

WiUiam 104 106 
BLETCHER J. S. 81 
BLISS Ahasel 102 

Ambroee 146 

Caroline 297 

Emeline 65 

Hannah 218 

John 65 

Leonard 322 

Lucy 146 
- Lydia 102 

Mary E. 65 

Olivia S. 65 

Sally 65 

Sophia 146 

Sylveater 65 
BLIVEN Ira 183 
BLOMIER Louise 15 
BLOOD Almira xxxvi 
BLOUNT Blunt 

Andrew 280 281 

Beteey 241 



BLODTTT cont'd 

Eunice 281 

Nicholaa flir 136 

Ursula 134 136 

Walter Baron Mountjoy «e« 
Mountloy Haron 

Walter Sir 136 

William 241 

William Haron Mountjoy lee 
Mountjoy Baron 
BOARDMAN Waldo Eliaa vi 
BODGE George Madiaon 195 

199 
HODMAN Cynthia 103 
BODWELL CadweU 97 

Drayton Theodore 97 

Eliott 97 

Jonathan 96 97 104 

Hoxy 104 

Sarah Jane 96 
Bo<lyche •<« Bowditoh 
BOICE Liaiie Ealonor zx 
BOLLES Auguatua 177 179 

Jamoa 179 
BOLTON Charlea Knowlea vii 

Nancy 305 

Samuel 159 
Bomatead ««< Bumatead 
BONNEVILLE Amabel B. 296 

Berter BeU 296 

Cleora Adelaide 296 

Clifford 296 

Mary Eliiabeth 296 

Sarah Ann 206 

William GUI 296 
BONTON Joeeph 65 

Sarah 65 
BOOGE — Rer. Mr. 34 
BOOTH Aaron 30 32 

Angie C. 65 

I>evi30 

Lovioe 102 

Maud MariUa 65 

Robert 222 

Rufua32 

Samuel 65 
BORDRIMO AbigaU 102 

Benson 102 
BOSTWICK Alio© Louise 300 

John 210 

Louisa 300 

Mercy 210 

Sidney 300 
BOTSFORD Jabes 78 

Sarah 78 
Boudage •«« Bowditoh 
Boudiche »e* Bowditch 
Doudi« tee Bowditoh 
Boudiah tee Bowditch 
Bouditch tee Bowditch 
Bourodge tee Bowditch 
BOURGH Bridget 60 
BOUTON Abi«aU 215 

Dinah 215 

Dorothy 215 

Eleaser 215 

EUxabeth 214 215 210 . 

Esther 215 

Eira 215 

Hannah 215 

Heieldah 215 

James 216 

John 215 216 

Levi 215 

Mary 215 

Matthew 215 216 

Nathan 215 

PoUy 215 

Rachel 215 

Rebecca 216 

Rhoda 215 

Ruth 215 

Sarah 214 215 

Seymour 215 

Simeon 215 



BOWDITCH Bodyehe Boudaff« 

Boudiohe Boudig Boudiah 
lioudit^h Hour(>dge How- 
dage liowdich Bowdidgo 
liowdiah Bowdites Bowdy 
Bowdych Bowredge Bow- 
ridge 

Abraham 22H 231 235 

Agnoa 225 230 236 

A "ire 231 232 233 

Amy 231 232 233 234 235 

Ann 238 

Anne 227 228 230 231 232 234 
235 238 

Anstice 233 

Banard tee Barnard 

Barnard 230 231 232 233 234 
235 

I^njamin 235 

Bernard tee Barnard 

Bunard tee Barnard 

Caleb 235 

Catherine 232 234 

Charlea Pickering 223 

Christian 233 

Daniel 226 229 238 239 

Daretie tee Dorothy 

Dorcas 230 232 237 238 

Dorothy 229 233 235 

Edith 229 

Eleanor 230 232 233 

Eliiabeth 228 229 230 231 
232 233 234 235 238 239 

Esther 234 

Ethclrede 228 

Flore 233 

France* 232 

George 225 226 228 229 230 

231 232 233 234 236 237 
238 

GUee 235 

Grace 225 229 231 232 233 

234 236 
Guielmus tee William 
Hannah 227 230 234 235 237 

238 
Harold 223 x lix 
Hester 230 232 234 
Honor 231 235 
James 230 234 238 
Jane 230 234 
Jean 235 
Jennie 235 
Joan 225 227 228 229 230 231 

232 233 234 235 237 238 
Joanna 234 

Joel 227 231 237 238 

Joill tee Joel 

Johanna 226 239 240 

John 225 226 227 228 220 230 

231 232 233 234 235 236 
237 

Joeeph 230 235 
Judith 232 235 
Julian 229 232 
Katharine 226 227 229 233 

237 238 
Magdalene 229 232 237 
Margaret 229 230 231 232 

233 234 235 236 237 
Margery 225 220 231 232 233 

234 236 
Marie 233 
Martha 230 

Mary 229 230 231 232 233 

234 235 240 
Maude 228 

Mawdline tee Magdalene 
Michael 226 227 229 230 231 

232 233 234 235 237 238 
Nathaniel 223 224 
Nicholas 225 228 229 230 231 

232 233 234 235 236 
Oner tee Honor 
Patience 230 235 



Index of Persons 



Ixix 



BROOKS cont'd 

Noah M4 

Olive 146 

Olive K. 146 

Orville 145 

Pardon Allen 146 

Patience 142 

Persia 145 

Phineaa 145 

Price Hiram Mattorson 147 

Racbol 242 

Ilebecca 144 

liemembraDoe 142 

lieubea 145 146 

Ilhoda 144 

Romansow 145 

Rufu« Fiak 146 

Ruth 144 145 

Siunuel 143 144 

Sarah 142 143 144 145 146 
147 

Sarah Naomi 147 

Silenoe 143 

Simeon 145 146 

Stephen P. 146 

Submit 144 

Sylvanua 145 

Thaddeus 145 

Thankful 143 144 146 

Tiriah 143 

Tryphena 145 

Uri 143 

William 142 143 144 
BROWN Drowno 

— Capt. 176 

— MiB8 174 

— Mrs. 183 
Aaron 20 37 
Abigail 37 42 172 liii 
Albert SUrr 96 
Almira 06 

Alpheufl32 37 41 178 
Anna 02 100 

Anne 101 103 

Annie 171 

Arminda K. 106 

Benjamin 20 32 41 42 43 80 

01 02 03 04 05 06 102 160 

172 182 183 
Bet«ey 285 
Betty 284 
Bryant 285 
Calvin 102 

Catherine 44 47 02 03 
Catherine H. 126 
Charles 161 
Charles SUrr 06 
Charlotte 100 
Chloe 36 
Cornelius 36 
Cyrus Henry 162 
Daniel 35 
David 27 46 02 
Deborah 35 
Dorothy 36 
Ebeneier 31 34 35 100 168 

200 
Edwin 02 175 
Eleaser 161 
Eli 175 182 
Elias 167 170 
Elijah 242 
EUia 48 03 
Elisabeth 44 03 
Elisabeth A. 105 
Emily 103 106 
Emma II. 66 
Enoch 169 
Ephraim 35 37 
Erastus Fitch 172 
Eunice 100 

Esra 33 36 37 38 39 87 
Fanny 48 
Fanny Lucinda 05 
Frances 147 



BROWN cont'd 
Francis Pierce 05 
Ccorgo M. 66 
(Jeorgo Winthrop lii 
Hannah 41 100 179 
Harriot KM 
Harriet Kliia 95 
Henrietta Maria 294 
Henry Collins 76 iviii 
Hesekiah 31 100 178 183 
Heiekiah W. 183 
Isaac 38 

James 92 105 142 
James Warren 05 
Jay H. 60 106 
Jefferson 184 
Joel Loomis 100 
John 33 36 161 liii 
Jonathan 35 30 
Joseph 44 45 48 50 02 03 94 

96 178 179 181 
Joseph Seymour 03 
Julia M. 105 
Justice 37 
Levi 32 
Ussio M. 66 
Loanna 38 
I>ois 101 

Loomis 92 175 176 
Lucia 180 
Lucinda M. 102 
Lucy 280 
Lucy Elisabeth 94 
Luther Rogers 93 
Lydia M. 47 
Margaret 242 
Mana 46 96 181 
Maria M. 65 
Martin 36 

Mary 35 45 91 104 161 176 
Mary Ann 94 
Micah 168 
Milee 91 181 
MUes Adams 96 
Miriam 32 41 101 103 
Moeos 32 44 91 92 03 
Nabby 89 102 
Naomi 37 
Nathan 103 284 
OUve BeU 207 
Orrin 92 
PhiUp 168 
Pierce 46 95 177 
Polly 39 

Remembrance 142 
. Rhoda38 
Richard 182 
Roxa Abigail 93 
Roxana 65 
Roxy 48 100 
Ruth 33 100 101 xlvi 
Ruth Elisa 90 
Ruth Mahala 43 
Salome 92 
Samuel 101 104 170 171 176 

170 
Samuel J. 176 
Sarah 27 36 37 90 
Sherman 02 
Smith H. 65 
Sophia 309 310 
Stephen 36 43 87 00 172 183 
Stephen Harvey 87 
Steward 01 
Susan 48 102 
Susannah 174 
Susie 34 
Sydney 91 
Svlvia 102 
Thede 43 102 
Thirta Maria 103 
Thomas 161 
Titus 36 37 
Tryphena 35 
We*lthian 100 104 



BROWN conld 

William 46 01 06 103 126 170 
1M2 

William Bradford 16 107 
161 

William Pammell 204 

Za<iok 32 33 184 

Zuba 30 
lirowuall •<?« Hrownell 
Mrijwne tee Hrown 
BROWNELL Brownall Brownd 

Anna 111 

Deborah 111 

Mary 111 112 

ShaJrach 111 112 

Susan 112 

Thomas 112 
BROWNING Charles H. 322 

Kiizabeth 232 

Ethan Foster 112 

Eunice 112 

Hannah 112 

Jeremiah 1 12 

Jeremiah Hoxie 112 

John 232 

Martha 112 

Perry Mtimford 112 
BROWNSON — Mr. 172 

E. (Mrs.) 177 

Oliver 178 
BRUCE 183 

John Collingwood xxiii 
BRUSH Naomi 216 
BRYAN Brian 

Joan 232 

Roger 232 

William Jennings xlix 
BRYD John 52 
BUCK John li 

Martha 213 

Bolon Justus 81 
BUCKINGHAM — Mrs 50 

Ellen A. 107 

Harriet N. 50 
BUCKLAND Clarissa 40 

Henry 40 

Jane 107 
BUCKLEY Abel T. 106 

Hannah 106 
BUCKNAM ArabeUa AugusU 
xlvi 

Arthur Bertram xlvii 

Ebenesor xl\-ii 

Edward xlvii 

Edward Albert xlvii 

Jennie Silver xlvii 

Joses xlvii 

Sumner Warren xlvi xlvii 

William xlvi 

Wilton Francis xrx xlri xlvii 
BUDD — Mr. 197 
BUELL Bucl 

Ahima&s 66 

Edna A. 66 

Ely 66 

Emeline 105 

Frederick L. 105 

Mary 66 

Mar>' F. E. 66 

Pheb«66 
BUFFINGTON Bu5ngton 

Joanna 108 112 113 

LvdiaT. 113 

Maria 260 

Nathan J. M. 260 

Sarah 108 

Stephen 108 

Zephaniah 108 113 
BUFFUM Aaron 261 

AbigaU 262 

Albert C. 267 

Anna 257 262 268 

Anna A. 271 

Anstrrss R. 2o8 

Benajah 258 262 



Ixx 



Index of Persons 



BUFFUM cont'd 

Caleb 259 268 

Chftrlea 260 

Chriatopher 259 268 

Cynthia 258 269 

Cyru* 260 262 

David 262 

David H. 258 

David N. 266 

Dorcaa 259 261 262 

Edward 260 

Eliiaboth 258 259 262 265 271 

Eunice 261 

George 262 269 

George Rogers 266 

Hannah 259 200 262 

Hannah K. 206 

Huldah 259 268 

Huldah D. 260 

laaao 200 260 

Isaiah 269 

Jacob 261 

Janies 261 

Jamea N. 262 

John 258 259 260 261 266 269 

John U. 269 

Jonathan 261 267 

JoMph P. 269 

Joahua 261 267 

Louisa 260 

LydJa 258 259 260 261 269 

Margaret 260 

Maria 260 269 

Mary 258 259 200 

Mary Ann 258 

Mary Chaise 206 

Matilda 258 

Patience 261 

Patience R. 267 

Patience Rogers 269 

Peace 260 269 

Phebe 260 266 

Ruth Baaset 267 

8aUy 267 

Samuel 258 260 261 262 

Sarah 261 206 268 

Synthia $ee Cynthia 

Temperance 259 264 

Thomas 258 

Timothy 257 262 

William 258 

Zeviah 260 
Bufington «e« Buffington 
BUGBEE Bugbey 

Abigail 126 206 

Abigail S];>ellman 126 

Alanson 126 206 

ApoUoe 126 

Dorno E. 126 

Hannah 126 

Henry A. 126 

John 126 

Julia Ann 126 

Lucinda 6. 206 

Luciua S. 126 

Mana 126 

Maro E. 126 

Martha 126 

Sarah H. 126 

Svlvester C. 126 
BULKELEY Bullcley 

Harriet 103 

Morgan Gardner xix 
BULL Daniel 319 

Joseph 319 

Keiiah 319 

Mar>' 319 

Thomas 319 
BUMSTEAD Bomstead 

174 

Jeremiah 156 
BUNCE Anna 99 

Eunioe 35 

Phineaa 35 

Thomas 167 



BUNKBR Elihu 26 
BUNTING Eliiabeth 63 

John 03 
BURBANK Abel iixvi 

Aluiira xxxvi 

Ebeneter 223 

Electe 285 

Klita 302 

Eunioe 223 

Moeea302 

Nancy J. xxxvi 

Samuel xxxvi 

Samuel Kendall xxx xxxvi 

Sarah Emma 302 

Thankful 214 

Timothy xxxvi 
Burd §e« Bird 

BURDAKIN Catherine EUsa 
xxxiv 

Ella Louise xxxv 

James xxxiv 

John Clark xxxiv 

John Howard xxxi xxxiv 

Joaeph xxxiv 

Italic Richard xxxv 

Lillian xxxv 
Buridge tee Burrage 
BURK Keiiah 282 

Solomon 282 
BURLEIGH Vallie Mary xxi 
BURNHAM Calvin 46 

Elias E. 181 

Hannah C. 46 

Mary 46 

Roderick Henry 142 

Susannah 319 
BURNSTEAD John 106 

Julia A. 106 
BURR Buur 

29 

Abi42 

Abigail 101 175 

Amanda 184 

Amos 41 88 89 90 167 

Betaey 104 

Chester 35 

Chloe 100 

Clarissa 99 167 

Clarissa Barber 89 

Deborah 34 166 

DiUy 168 

Dorsoy 101 

Elijah 30 

Eunice 4 1 88 100 

Hannah 170 

Isaac 31 34 35 100 168 178 

Jason J. 184 

Joseph 173 184 

Kexiah 99 

Laura 90 

Lucy 100 

Martin 30 

Mary 30 

Nathan 90 

Nathaniel 30 40 

Noadiah30 31 33 42 106 

Noah 100 

Pamela 90 

Pelatiah Wataon 89 

Prince 177 

Prudence 171 

Rhoda 43 99 178 

Roeelenda 177 

Roxy 31 99 

Ruth 41 175 

Samuel 29 30 40 41 43 87 89 
90 91 99 167 170 171 175 

Sarah 40 99 171 

Sarah E. 2:S 

Stephen 40 

Tabitha 100 

Theodore 167 

Timothy 88 89 

Titus 33 40 41 168 

Wealthian 31 42 100 



S/.' 



BURRAGE Buridg* 

Alf>«rt Cameron lii 

Michael 226 
BURRITT Aaron 290 

Either 290 

John 290 

Nathan B. 290 

Ruth 290 

Thoman 290 
BURROUGHS George U 

Sunan I 
BURSLEY Margaret Deering 

86 
BURT — Rev. Mr. 92 

David 123 

Frank H. 142 

Henry 142 

Jerusha 283 

John 143 

Mary 123 142 143 

Mary Louise 307 

Ulalia 142 
BURTON Clarence Monroe 321 
BUSH Benjamin 220 

Mehitay)!* 220 
BUSHNELL AbigaU 210 

Eliiabeth 210 

Francia 210 

Hannah 210 

Joshua 210 

Judith 210 
.ydia 210 
argaret 210 

Mary 210 

Mercy 210 

Rebecca 210 

Richard 210 

Thankful 210 

William 210 
Buskirk van •«« Van Buakirk 
BUST Joeeph 66 

Martha 66 

Nathaniel 66 

Talitha 66 
BUTLER 100 

Amy 319 

Anne 169 189 192 193 194 

Bedy 101 

Benjamin Franklin 81 

Chloe 320 

Elixa lix 

EUiabeth 219 

Henry 189 196 320 

Isaac 35 

Jeruaha 29 

John 60 

Joeeph 168 

Nathaniel 82 

Sally 101 

Samuel 29 

Samuel Stone 55 
BUTTERFIELD Esther El- 
mira xix 

William A. 162 
BUTTLES Hannah 100 
BUTTOLPH Joeeph 319 

Susannah 319 
Buur «(•<• Burr 
BUWTEWIN WUliajn 153 
BYRAM Anna 287 

Anne 287 

Benjamin 287 

Joeeph 287 

Martha 287 

Rachel 287 
BYRLEY Naomi 301 
Byshopp «M Bishop 

CABOT Francis 284 

Mercy 284 
Cadcv tf« Cady 
CAD WELL Cadwel 

— Mra. 183 

— Widow 178 
Aaron 99 



Index of Persons 



bad 



CADWELL cont'd 

Abijah 99 107 

Allen 00 07 

AUyn 4ft 06 00 103 

Ansoa 40 

An«on Allyn 00 

Calvin 174 

Caroline E. 100 

Chloe 00 

Edmund Latimer 05 

Edward SUrr 00 

Elisabeth 30 40 05 

Eliiabeth A. 105 

Esther 04 

Eunice 00 107 

Flora 106 

Harriet 102 

Heiekiah 35 

Huldah 04 104 

Ira 170 

Jamee 173 

Jane 182 

John 183 

Judith 101 

JuUa A. 100 

Julia Ann 40 06 

Julia W. 107 

JuBtus 30 170 

Lavina A. 47 

Levi 100 170 

Levi liayden 06 

Lovice 04 

Lucy 100 

Marcia Jennet 05 

Margaret Celeetia 06 

MananOO 

Martin 181 

Mary 35 40 04 171 280 

Mary L. 105 

Matthew 30 40 171 173 

Melissa 104 

Nancy 45 102 

Nancy A. 105 

Nancy Amelia 05 

Nathan 101 

Orrin 102 180 182 

Pelatiah 80 176 

Percy 102 

Rhoda 00 174 

Robert Watson 07 

Roger 174 176 

Roxy 45 04 100 101 104 l70 

Ruseel W. 105 

Russell 183 

Samuel 180 181 

Sidney 05 

Sophia 102 

SylvU 80 

Thankful 100 

Theodore 45 04 05 00 101 100 
180 

Thomas 35 

Timothy 280 

Uriah 00 

Woodbridge 181 
CADY Cadey 

Abijah 280 

I>eliphene N. 126 

George W. 126 

Hamet Grover 126 

Jane 283 

Nichols 280 281 282 283 

PoUy 285 

Ruth 282 283 

Sarah 284 

Silas 285 

Stephen 280 2S3 

William A. 126 
CALAMY Edmund 180 
CALLWELL Margaret 40 
CALVERT America 15 

Frank 15 
CALVIN Jack 15 

Sallv 15 
CAMBRIDGB Gube 182 



CAMEROrr Bets«>y 315 

Ho»)«rt 315 
CAMP Alice 78 

David Nelson 162 

EliiaU>th 320 

Hannah 215 312 

John Spencer xix 

Joseph 14 

Lemuel 78 
Camp van Me* Van Camp 
CANIPAU iJarnabas 321 
CAMPBELL Caroline Lavinia 
Ivii 

W. P. 82 
CANADY Henihua 37 

Kolx-rt 37 
CANFIELD Jemima 314 
CANNEY Peace N. 273 
CAPEN Annis 105 

Samuel T. 105 
CAPER Mary 163 
CAREY Gary 

Anna 287 

Ascnath 287 

Catherine 287 

C>'ruji 287 

Ephraim 201 287 

Eira 201 

Francis 287 

Hannah 201 

Harmony 287 

Harriet 105 287 

Jane 287 

Jason 287 

John 80 

Mary 201 

Moses 105 

Nabby 287 

Salome 287 

Sarah 201 

Both Cooley 80 

Shepard 201 287 

Susannah 287 

William Holman 287 
C ARC ILL C argil 

Robert M. 242 

Robert M. W. 242 

Robert W. 242 

Sukey 242 

Thomas M. 242 
CARLETON Cariton 

Abigail 242 

MUes 242 

Moses 242 

Nancy 242 

Rachel 242 

Rodney 242 

William 242 
CARNAHAN Clarence 301 

Gladys Hughs 301 

Ida May 301 

Lester Holman 301 

Mary Rossitcr 301 

Mona Walker 301 

Naomi 301 

Robert 301 

Thelma Naomi 301 
CARNEY Hephxibah Damon 
244 

James 242 244 

Jane B. 241 242 
CARPENTER Amos 22 28 

Anna 26 28 

Comfort 66 

Eunice 28 284 

Hannah 22 

Huldah 28 

Lois 66 

Lucy 284 

Mary 66 126 

Phebe 28 

Svh-ia 28 
CARSAIE — Mr. 54 
CARTER A. B. 66 

DoU>' 2^ 



CARTER cont'd 

Kvelme 204 

Mary M. 60 

Mercy 143 

Samufl 143 
CARTWKIGHT Anna LouiM 

Sarah 209 

Thomas 290 
CARVER Kdmund 220 
Cary ««« Carey 
CASE — Mrs. 183 

AUm 20 

Anna 42 

Ashbel 31 33 

Aspcl <«« Ashbel 

lienajah 30 

Benjamin 30 168 177 

Caleb 168 

Charlotte 103 

Chloe 104 

Chloe Jennet 05 

Daniel 35 

Darius 31 

Elihu 31 

Elijah 37 

EmeUne E. 107 

Eunice 102 

Eiekiel 35 167 

Frcclove 31 

George 31 33 34 166 

Hart 183 

Hephiibah 31 

Hesekiah 36 101 170 175 

Horace 33 

Hosea 35 

Job 37 

Josiah 36 

Laura 102 

I>evi 30 

Lois 45 168 

Lois Lorinda 04 

Lucy 32 

Lydia34 100 299 310 

Maria 106 

Marvin 106 

Mary 170 

Nathaniel 167 

Pelatiah 167 160 

Reuben 20 32 40 

Rhoda 33 318 

Robert 33 178 

Russell 160 

Ruth 32 103 

Solomon Virgil 45 04 05 

Susannah 101 

Timothy 31 

William 44 02 104 

William R. 181 

William Robe 32 33 

WUliam W. 107 

Zcnas 167 
CASEY Hugh 182 
CASSITT Chloe 105 

Moses 105 
CASTLE Father 208 

Father Marion 208 

Jane 298 

Robert 298 

Sarah Basford 208 

William Thomas 298 
CASWELL Ebeneser 126 

I>emuel 126 

Maria 106 
CATLIN Abigail 217 

Alexander 217 

Anna 217 

Ashbel 217 

David 217 

Elisabeth 217 

Ely 217 

Huldah 217 

John 217 

Margaret 217 

Mar>- 217 



Ixxii 



Index of Persons 



CATLIN cont'd 
Rhoda 217 
Roawoll 217 

Hamuel 217 

Theodore 217 

Thomaa 217 
CENTER Abigail 101 
C'harfl lee ChaiM 
CHADWICK Abol Ivii 

Ii«njaniin Ivii 

KliEab«th Ivii 

Jaxnea Ivii 

Joseph Webber xxxi Ivii 

Judah Ivii 

Lydia F^ernald Iviii 

PrincilU Hamlin 308 

Sarah Kllen Iviii 

Stillman Percy Roberta Iviii 
CHAFFEE Lois 306 
CHAFFIN Caroline Au^uata 
293 

Fxiwin 293 
CHAMBERLAIN AbigaU 66 

George Walter 76 279 yii xvii 

Hannah 66 

James 66 

Joel 66 

Joa<«nh 66 
CHAMPLAIN Sally 104 
CHANDLER 08 

Ann Caroline Iv 

Annie 8. 241 242 

John Parker Hale Iv 

Joseph Gilmore Iv 

Lloyd Horwiti Iv 

Lucy Lambert Iv 

Mary Ann liv 

Nathan 8. liv 

WiUard 98 

William Dwight Iv 

William Eaton xxxi liv Iv 

Zachariah 248 
CHAPELL John 59 
CHAPIN Adolphua B. 66 

Agnes 66 

Bhss 66 

Ebcneser Holman 289 

Elisabeth 280 

Eunice 66 

Frederick 207 

Helen Louise 207 

Henry Dwight 280 

Jason 280 

Moses 280 

Rachel 289 

Sarah 50 207 
CHAPMAN — Rev. Mr. 281 

Abigail 126 

Alice Greenwood xix 

Anna G. 126 

Annie E. 126 

Asahel 104 

Eunice A. 104 

Esra 126 

Esra C. B. 126 

Eira L. 126 

Isham 66 

James E. 66 

Jedediah 66 

I>everet 66» 

Lydia W. 126 

Mabel 66 

Margaret 210 

Mary 166 

Minerva 66 

Patience 66 

Rebecca 210 

Tavlor 38 

Uriah 66 

William 66 
CHARTER Caroline A. 127 

Harriet L. 126 

Marv A. 124 

Ruth 126 127 

Samuel 127 



CHARTER cont'd 

Samuel P. 126 

Sanford 126 

K4>valia S. 126 
CHASE Chaoe 

Abigail 2H0 282 284 

Abner 109 110 

Alice 280 282 

Alonso 100 

Amasa 109 112 

Haruch 281 

Benjamin 24 

Bothia 2M 

Burgess T. 100 

Content 257 

Damans 284 

Daniel 283 

Dudley 280 282 

E. M. 66 

Elisabeth 280 282 284 

Fannie Scott 240 273 v 

Hannah 100 112 281 284 

Israel 285 

Jacob 21 

James F. 247 

John Carroll 76 77 158 v vii 
viii ix X xiii xvii 

Jonathan 280 

Joseph 24 285 ' 

Joshua 285 

Lois 280 282 284 

Lydia 100 110 305 

Martha 24 284 

Martha Tappan xlii 

Mary 24 280 281 285 

MehiUble 21 283 

Mercy 280 282 284 

Moody 285 

Moses 280 281 284 

Nanna 24 

O. M. G. 66 

Patience 24 

Peter 284 

Phebe 110 

Polly 285 

Prudence 280 284 285 

Rebecca 100 

Rhoda 110 285 

Rosa E. 66 

Ruth 283 

Sally 285 

Salmon 280 281 

Samuel 280 281 282 284 

Sarah 280 282 284 285 

Silence 280 282 

Simeon 280 

Solomon 280 281 282 

Thomas 100 280 

William 24 
CHATFIELD Edward 127 
CHAUCER Elisa 100 
CHEEKE John 228 
CHENEY Person Colby Iv 
CHESEBRO Harry 184 
CHESTER Hugh Lupus Count 

Palatine of 131 
CHESTNEY David 181 
CHEVALIER Joseph 202 

Sarah Ann 292 
CHICHESTER Chitester Chit- 
iator 

Eunice 222 

William 222 
CmCK ElweU 242 

Emeline T. 242 

Orra 242 
CHILD Childs 

Abigail 293 

Anna C.lfford 293 

Anne 284 

Caroline Aujrusta 293 

Charlotte Clifford 293 

Clara Hamilton 293 

Edwin Otis 293 

Elisabeth Delauoy 203 



CHILD cont'd 

Ellen Sargeaot 203 

Joshua 203 

Mary I^wris 399 

Mercy 284 

Otis 203 

Pbiiu>a« 284 

Ralph Warriner 203 

Samuel Mitchell 77 viii 

Stephen 280 284 

Susan 203 
Chitester «m Chichester 
Chitistor $es Chichester 
CHOATE Choat 

Cynthia 285 

Job 242 

Lydia 242 
CHUBE John 223 
CHURCH — Mr. 87 

Josiah 143 

Thankful 143 
CHURCHILL Carrie Almina 
303 

John 303 

John W. xix 

Josiah 212 

Malmda 303 

Susannah 243 • 
CHUTTER Carrie CTark 208 

Fre<lrrick George 298 
CLAIBORNE John Herbert 321 

William 321 
CLAPP Increase 127 

Judith 199 

Sarah 198 207 
CLARE WiUiam 227 
CLARK Clarke 

170 

Abi 127 

Abraham 42 00 160 

Abraham Moor 00 

Almira G. 47 

Ann 35 177 

Anna 42 174 

Aaahel 168 160 172 170 

Bedee 160 

Benjamin 168 

Benoni 168 

Betsey 208 

Bray 100 

Caroline 208 

Catherine 66 

Deborah 00 

Delia 177 

Elihu 32 

Eliphaa 66 

Elisa 100 

Elisabeth 138 

EUsabeth DonneU 242 374 

Emma A. 301 

Esther 131 138 210 

Esekiel 37 

Fanny 90 

Gennet «m Jennet 

Giles 170 

Hannah 00 

Henry 301 

Hester 138 

Hooker 102 

Hosea 31 32 34 168 172 174 

Hugh 138 130 140 

Huldah 103 

I. 47 

Ira 100 101 167 169 182 

Isaac 35 

James 160 

Jane 179 

Jane Almira 07 

Jennet 42 

Jerusha 283 

Jonathan 103 127 

Joseph 127 

Josiah 35 283 

Judson 07 

Julia 105 



Index of Persons 



Ixxiii 



CLAltX cont'd 

JuUoQ 90 

KatberiDe Farwell sit 

Keii&b 170 

Laura A. 127 207 

Ix)ra 6fl 

I^uoiua 66 

Lucy 301 

Marvin K. 127 207 

Mary 12 101 

Mary Ann 165 

Mary H. 105 

Molly 31 

Nathan 242 274 

Oliver 37 

Pamelia 66 

Polly Hale 127 

Relief llarriman 242 

Rhoda 42 90 99 

Roser 42 89 178 

Roawell 42 90 99 105 16^ 
174 

Ruoaell 107 

Ruth 102 

Sabra 34 

flamuel 180 

Sarah 174 177 

Selden Pratt 90 

Solomon 170 

Sophia 90 

Sophia A. 107 

Submit 127 

William 127 298 

William Waahinicton 127 
CLARY Roljecca 144 
CLEMENT Anna Frances 303 
CLEVE Joan 232 237 
CLEVELAND Grovor 76 
CLINB Beulah Bessie 310 

Olive 310 

Robert Ford 310 

Thomas Abraham 310 
Cloff <M Cluff 
CLOSE 314 

Hannah 211 
CLUFF Cloff - 



178 



CoaKjhman tee Cushman 
Coal tee Cole 
COBB Ahira G. 66 

Amos 66 

Daniel 66 

Elisabeth 66 

Elvira 67 

Elvira 8. 66 

Esther 66 

Hannah 66 67 

Harriot 66 

Jeduthun 66 

Luther 67 

Mary 67 118 

Moses 67 

Pamela 67 

Raohel 67 

Roxana 74 

Samuel 66 67 1 18 

Sarah 118 

Solomon 67 

Wait 67 

William 66 67 

William B. 67 
COBLEIGH Emma Susan xix 
COBURN tee aUo Colbum 

Alonio John 311 

Frank Warren 249 

Jennie Pond 311 

Margaret Gardiner 311 

Miner Thompson 311 

William 242 

William Crosacomb 311 
COCHRAJi AbigaU 242 
COCK John 155 
CODMAN Anne xixvi xixvii 

Charles Ru»sell x^rvi xxxN'ii 

Cora xxxN-ii 

Francis xxxvii 



CODMAN cont'd 

Henrietta Gray xxivii 

Henry Sarxent xsxvii 

JamMi Macmast'T ixx xxxvi 
zxivii 

John xzxvii 

Philip xxzvii 

Robert ixivi 

Stephen xxxvii 
COFFIN AbigaU 108 

Andrew lOy 

Elihu 262 

John 108 

Laboo 108 

Lydia 108 

Mary 108 

Phebe 108 

Sally 108 

Sarah 262 

Tristram 86 
COGGESHALL Eli«ab«th 24 
COGSWELL Charles 67 

Charlotte M. 07 

Ebeneier W. 67 

Elixabeth 127 

George L. 67 

George W, 67 

Harry 67 

James D. 67 

Joshua 127 

Lovina 67 

Lucius 67 

Maria 67 

Mary 67 

Miranda 67 

WUliam 67 

William T. 67 

William W. 67 
COLBDRN tee aUo Cobum 

Anna Frances 303 

Clara Erskine 303 

George Dwight 303 
COLE Coal Coles 

— Mrs. 49 

Anna 317 

Caleb 261 265 

Date 265 

Delia 49 

Dinah 223 

Elihu 265 

Elijah 265 

Elisabeth 12 265 

Eunice 265 

Eunice H. 265 

George 265 

Hannah 265 

Huldah 265 

Isaiah 265 

Ivor>' 265 

James 12 261 265 

James R. 266 

Jedediah 265 

Job 220 

John 265 

Joseph 265 

Judith 265 

Lydia 212 220 265 273 

^fa^y 261 265 

Mary Ann 266 

Reuben 265 

Sarah 261 265 

Sarah Ann 265 

William 265 
COLEMAN Charles 22 

John 287 

Margaret 302 
Coles tet Cole 

COLLICOTT Collecot Colle- 
cott 

Richard 190 191 
COLLINS Anson A. 105 

EUiabeth 256 

Mary A. 105 
COLTON Colten 

Abraham Moses 94 



COLTON cont'd 

Ann 103 

Anna 44 80 

Benjamin 29 

Celestia 45 

Kunir« H«lo«tia 05 

George 45 46 04 06 07 181 

Georg*" Addison 06 

Horatio 40 06 

I^ura 46 

I/rioester 00 

Lois 41 100 

Martha 46 04 

Manila L. 106 

Martha Louisa 07 

Miranda 06 

Moses 43 45 88 04 05 06 

Orinda 44 89 103 

Patty 101 

Polly 43 88 

Ruth 100 

Samu<;l 41 45 46 88 80 00 04 
96 101 179 

Samuel Hart 94 

Sidney 48 

Sidney Brown 94 

Simeon P2dwards 94 
COMBS Combes 

Elisabeth 12 

Friend 179 

Joshua 184 

Peggy 99 
COMINS Cominca tee tl»o 
Cummings 

Albert Olin 147 

Andrew 285 

Annie 147 

Carrie Emily 147 

Eugene Henry 147 

Grace BcUe 147 

James Brooks 147 

Julia Louisa 147 

Lydia 285 

Sarah Louise 147 

William A. 147 

Willie Price 147 
COMINSH Chloe 95 

Harriet 95 

Harry 95 

Julia Ann 95 
COMSTOCK Amos 111 

Andrew 314 

Anna 23 

Betty 314 

Chloe 110 

Christopher 314 

Darius 28 107 

David 22 23 111 112 

EUiabeth 112 314 

George 25 

Hannah 24 25 111 112 113 
314 

Jared 107 

Mary 27 

Moses 314 

Nathan 27 

Parris 1 1 1 

Phebe 28 111 

PoUy 314 

Rhoda 111 314 

SaUy 314 

S<«\'niour 314 

William 23 314 
CONANT Fanny 2S5 

Stephen 285 
CONE Kat« Morris viii 

Laura A. 106 
CONNOR Abel De La Fayette 
xK-ii 

Lucy Sanborn xxx xl\'ii 
CONVERSE Darius 127 

Dorothy 118 

Eleanor 118 

Hannah 127 

JoeiahlUS 



f 



Ixxiv 



Index of Persons 



COOK Cooke 

179 180 

— Mm. 172 
Aaron 37 
Abigail 28 108 
Amanda M. 67 
Ann 36 

Caroline T. 242 
Daniel 67 
Dorciui 180 
p:idad 179 
Kliaha 100 170 171 
Francifl 242 245 xlviii 
Grace Judith Mary xii 
Hannah 219 

Horace M. 184 

Jacob 12 

James M. 67 

Jane 286 

Job 166 

Joel 36 166 167 168 169 172 

Jonathan 242 

Joa. 37 

Josiah 13 

I^vira M. 67 

Louia Atwood v x 

Maria 180 

Martha 12 

Mary 232 

Matthew 232 

Mira 172 

Montrose H. 67 

Morria 103 

Moeea 183 

Norman 179 

Orrin 171 172 

Percy 103 

Piiiney 167 168 

Rhoda 285 

Samantha P. 100 

Sarah 67 127 168 242 

Shubael 35 

Silaa 108 

Stephen 127 

Suaan 242 

Susannah 100 

Sylvia E. 67 

Thankful 127 

Theophilua 35 

WUliam 219 

Zibiah 13 
COOLEY Cooly 

Charles I. 127 

EU»a Ely 127 

Lucinda 42 100 

Lucy B. 127 

Martha 221 

Mary H. 205 

William 42 100 
COOLIDGE Harold Jefferson 

xix 
Cooly $M Cooley 
COOPER Clara xxxv 

Martha 74 

Mary 163 283 
Coote Richard Earl of Bello- 
mont tee Bellomont Earl 
of 
COPE 157 

Jane 157 
COPLEDYKE John 68 

John Sir 55 58 59 
CO'POUS Sophia xxxv 
COPP John 210 
CORNELL Cornwall Cornwel 

Kliiabeth 28 

Lois 315 
CORNISH Amv 319 

Anne 319 

Daniel 36 

Elijah 35 

Eliaha 38 39 

George 319 

Hephxibah 39 

James 319 



CORNISH cont'd 

Jennie 6 

Joel 310 

Julia 180 

Julia A. 46 

Mary 35 

Rhoda 319 

Sarah 36 39 

Susannah 319 

Susannah Ix>rinda 319 
Cornwall lee f'omell 
Cornwel lee Cornell 
CORSSER Knar 13 
C'ortney •«« Courtaey 
CORWIN Curen 

Georice 239 

Jonathan 239 
CORY Sally 285 
COSINS Andrew 232 

Joan 232 
COTES Thomas 52 
COTHREN WUliam 78 
COTTON Jean 160 

John 160 
Couchman tet Cushman 
COURTNEY Cortney 

Emily 127 

Henry 127 

Josonh C. 127 
COVEL Eunice 102 

Silas 102 
COWLES Cowls 

Catherine 285 

Isaac 223 

Lucina 223 

Martha 223 

Phineas 285 

Sarah 318 

Solomon 223 

W. 87 

Zenas 223 
COWON Eddy 67 

Mary 67 
CRAFTE WilUam 226 
CRAGUE Sukey 285 
CRAIG Margaret B. lix 
CRANDALL Adda 67 

Alden B. 67 

Amos 67 

Bethia 127 

EUen M. 67 

Emily K. 67 

Eunice Day 67 

Jarvis 67 127 

Martha J. 67 

Mary Ann 67 

Mary E. 120 

Minerva 127 

Rachel 67 

Samuel 127 
CRANE Alexander 07 

Alexander N. 49 

Alexander V. 97 

Ann 157 

Betsey 50 

James 68 

John 68 

Maria 49 97 

Mary C. 242 

Rebecca 68 

Thomas 157 

William 242 

William Frances 242 
CRAVATH Eunice 127 
CREHORE Eliiabeth 19S 
CRESEY Benjamin 166 
CROCKER Cornelius xlii 

Georae Glf^ver xlii 

Job xlii 

Joeiah xlii 

Samuel xlii 

Sarah Haskell xxix xlii 

Sarah Kidder xlii 

Uriel xlii 

Uriol HaskeU xlii 



CROCCZR ooot'd 

William xlii 
CROtE Cruck 

135 136 

Alexander Sir 136 

Nicholas Sir 136 
CROMWELL OUver 2S8 

Philip 230 
CROSBY Rachel 100 

Richard J. 68 

William 100 
CROSS CroM* 

Annie Shaw 127 

Fxlward 153 

Polly 127 

Talmon 127 
CROSSAN Campbell 311 

Chorline Ermina 311 

Daia^ Gertrude 311 

Edwm Mortimer 311 

Laurence Miner 311 

Lucy 311 
CroAse tM Cross 
CROSWELL Mary CaroliiM xix 
CROW Crowe 

John 227 

Mary 227 

Roxeline 317 

Samuel 195 
CROWELL George W. H. 306 

Harriet NeweU 306 

liesekiah 306 

Mary 306 
CROWNINSHIELD Edward 
2«9 

Margaret 299 

Reb«5ca299 
Cruck «M Croke 
CRUFT Micah 226 
CUMMINGS Gumming ••« aiss 
Comins 

Annie Gibson li 

Benjamin 281 283 

Daniel Gibson li 

Maria Louisa li 

Mary 281 283 285 

Prentiss rxix Ix 

Sarah 280 

Warren 285 
CUNNINGHAM AlexandM- 343 

Mary 243 
Curen «e« Corwin 
CURRIER Hanxnah 286 

Mary 283 

Moses 283 
CURTAIN Maria 271 
CURTIS Curtias 

221 

Catherine 320 

Charles 35 

Ebeneser 280 281 

Hannah 99 

Israel 280 

Lois 129 

Mar>' 25 

Rhoda 215 

Thomas 129 213 

Truman 102 

Wealthian 102 

ZebMton 99 
CUSHING 252 

Betsey Maria Irii 

Caroline Ivii 

David h-ii 

Erastus Ivii 

Harry Alonto xix 

Henry Kirke Ivii 

John Ivii 

Joeiah Ivii 

Matthew Ivii 

William Erastus xxxi Ivii 
CUSHMAN Coachman Couch- 
man Outohman 

Abi«aU 10 U 13 



Index of PerBom 



Ixxv 



CUSHMAN cont'd 

America 15 

Ilartbolomew 10 13 

HenJainiD 10 13 

Charlotte May 10 

David 15 

Deaini 12 13 

Dorcaa 16 

Kleaiar 10 12 13 

Klinor 11 

Kliiabeth 12 

Klkanah 10 12 

Eat«Ue Ell«a IS 

Fear 12 13 

Ilaimab 08 

Harriet 08 

Harv«y 15 

Henry Wyloa 10 

Hieatt 15 

laaao 10 12 13 

James Thomaa 10 16 10 

JoabOS 

Job 10 13 

Julian 16 

Louise 16 

Lucinda 15 

Lydia 12 13 H 

Martha 12 

Martha Bennett 10 

Mary 12 14 15 

Mary Elisabeth 15 

Mercy 14 

Norman Locke xix 

Oliver 14 

Parkerson Gardner 16 

Phobe Jane 16 

PoUy 15 

Prudence 13 

Rachel 15 

Rebecca 12 

Rhoda 14 

Robert 10 11 12 13 

Ruth 10 11 13 

Sally 16 

Samuel 10 13 

Sarah 11 12 13 14 15 

Sibyl 14 

Susannah 14 

Thomas 10 11 12 13 14 15 

Thomas Gardner 15 

Thomas James Jackson 10 

WilUam 11 13 08 

WiUiam David 14 

William Presley 15 

Zibiah 13 
CUSTER George Armstrong 

309 
Cut CM Cutt 
Cutchman •«« Cushman 
CUTHBERT Mary 61 

Nathaniel 61 
CUTLER Betsey 208 

Caroline EUsabeth 298 

Carrie Clark 298 

Eben 298 

Grace 298 

James 298 

JuUa A. 298 

Ralph William 298 

Sarah E. 298 
CUTT Cut Cutt« 

John 55 

Robert 69 

Thomas 59 
CUTTER Abigail 243 

Esekiel 243 

H. 243 

John W. 243 

Margaret 243 

Sarah 243 

WUmot 243 

DABOLL Adelia Katharine 305 
Amanda MeU-ina 305 
John 305 



DABOLL cont'd 

John Miner 305 

John Richardson 305 

Martlia 306 

Martha Miner 305 

Rho<la 300 

Sarah 306 

Harah (iucrnsey 305 

Sarah Miner 305 
DADMUN George EsUbrook 

xix 
Daie tee Day 
DAMON Dammon 

Almon 291 

Dornitia Lucretia 291 

Edwin M. 243 

Hannah 243 

Joshua 243 

Margaret L. 243 

Mcrriet 243 

Merrit 243 

Sarah 243 

Susan 243 

Theodosia 291 
DANA Eleanor 280 
DANFORTH Danford 

Betsey Light 243 273 

John W. 127 

Martha Ellen xxxviii 

Paul 273 

Sarah J. 127 

William H. 127 

William W. 127 
DANIELS Daniell 

Charlotte M. 104 

Horace 104 182 

John 198 
Darbye te« Derby 
DARLING Hannah 210 
DARNELL Adam 55 

Christian 54 

Frances xxxii 
DARROW AdeUa S. 100 

Asa 100 
DART Charles 08 

Chauncy 08 

Lillie 08 

Louisa 08 
DAVIDGE Mary 180 

Richard 180 188 
DAVIDSON Margaret 151 

PcR^y 152 
DAVIS Daviea 

Abigail 08 

Agnes xxxii 

Arabella xxxii 

Benjamin 08 147 

Benjamin Brown xxxii 

Emily 309 

Emma Agnes Darnell xxxiii 

Frances xxxii 

Hannah Fowler lii 

Horace xiv 

Jemima Thompson 08 

John 133 134 130 xxxii 

Nicholas Darnell zxxi xxxii 

Obadiah 23 

Samuel 08 

Sarah 147 

Sarah Augusta Haliburton 
xxxiii 

Shubael 127 

Theodosia 147 

Ursula 133 134 130 

William xxxii 

William Darnell xxxii 
DAWSON Cuatanoa 59 

John 59 
DAY Daie Dey 

Abigail 219 

Anthony xxivii 

Betaey 286 

Da%-id C. 08 

Dimia 08 

He«t«r xxzrii 



DAT cont'd 

Jane xixvii 

Janet 00 

Mary 08 

Pamelia 08 

Richard xxxvii 

Stephen 08 

Susannah 212 

Thomas ISO 
DEAN Doen 

EUsal>eth 20 

Lucy 284 

I'aul Dudley xix 
DEATS Hiram Edmund 322 
De Ay 41 a •«« Ay 41a 
Do Heclcn $ee Beelen 
Dcble ««« Dibble 
DEBLOIS Dorcas 84 

Thomas Amory 84 
DECKER Maud R. 200 

Nicholas 290 

Rom 290 
Deen uee Dean 
De P^nsigne •<« Ensign 
DEERING Anna 84 

Anna Margaret 83 85 

Clement 83 

Dorcas 84 

Ellen 84 

George 83 

Henry 83 84 83 xxix U 

James 84 

Joan 83 

John 83 84 

Margaret 8B 

Manan 80 

Mary 84 

Nathaniel 83 84 85 80 

Roger 83 

Temperance 83 
DE LANCEY Oliver 250 
DELANO Delana Dilano 

108 

Anne 08 
Bethia W. 127 
H. 243 
Jabei08 
John 127 
Jonathan 08 
Keiiah 127 
Lydia 08 
Sarah 08 243 
Timothy 08 

DELANY Lucy 175 
DE LEON P. 250 
DELONG Lawrence 21 24 

Sarah 21 24 
DEMING E>emming 

Anne 2^ 

Dorothy 213 

Dudley 213 

Ebeneier 280 

Esther 280 

Giddings 103 

Hetekiah 213 

John 213 

Jonathan 213 

Lovice 103 

Lydia 213 

Martha 213 

Nftry 179 

Munroe 178 

Noadiah 213 

Ruth 213 

Sarah 213 

Solomon 213 

Zachariah 213 
DENHAM E>ennam Dinham 

— Mr. 153 164 

— Mrs. 164 
Abigail 163 154 
Ann 154 
Benjamin 164 
Daniel 153 
Edward 164 



Ixxvi 



Index of Persons 



DENHAM cont'd 

Klimabeth 163 IM 16A 

Georgo 153 

JoMph 153 

Katharine 153 

Martha 153 155 

Mary 154 

Nathaniel 154 

Richard 153 154 155 

Harah 154 

William 153 
DENIO Knoe 145 

Ruth 145 
Donnam a«< Denham 
DENNIS Clariasa 298 

Grac« 298 

Rodney 298 
DENSLOW I>eavitt 38 

Hamuel 38 
DENT Bridget 02 

Cuthbert 62 
DERBY Darbye 

Elisabeth zixiii 

Lawrehce 187 

Mary 251 

Nicholaa 187 

RoKer 187 
DEUENPORT — Mr. 159 
DEWEY Dewy 

gg 

Hannah 220 

Ilepbtibah 100 

Mercy 99 

HuBsell 100 

Buaan 11. 106 

Wat«on 106 
DEWLNG Amy 68 

Andrew 68 

Arthur Stone xix 

Charlca 68 
Dewy $ee Dewey 
Dey aee Day 
DEBBLE Deble 

Lucretia 283 

Polly 216 

Tyler 216 
DICKERMAN Frank EUiot 

xix 
DICKINSON Alfred Eraamua 
310 

Emily 310 

Mary Pomeroy 310 
DIFFORTHE Beatrice 59 
DIGGINS Rusaell 289 
Dilano aee Delano 
DIMOCK Dimick Dimmock 

Daniel 68 

E. O. 127 

Edward 68 

Experience 68 

Hannah 68 

Joseph L. 68 

Lodena 68 

Lydia 127 

Mary 127 

Mehitable 68 

Meliasa 68 

Ralph 68 

Rebecca 68 

Samuel 68 

Shubael 127 
Dinham »es Denham 
DIXEY Ellen Sturgiia xix 
DIXON Anne 54 

Dorcas 54 

Helen 54 

Margaret 54 

Richard 54 
DOANE Ebeneier 127 

Eunicia T. 127 

Julia 127 
DOBLE Charles Fr«nch xix 
DOBSON John 127 

Mary A. 127 
DODGE Grace 232 



DO DOB cont'd 
Phebe 243 

Thomaa 243 
DOGGETT Haniuel Bradlee vi 
DONNELLY George Jo«»pb 
xvi 

Sarah 297 
DORMAN }<>lmund 78 

Hannah 78 

Mary 78 
DOTTERER Bertha Ro« 300 

Jarara 30U 

Rachel 3(X) 

Wilford R. 300 
DOTY Edward xlviii 
DODGHTYE Kob.»rt 60 
DOUGLAS Douglaa Archibald 

Earl of 136 
DOUGLAS DouglaM 

103 

Archibald Flarl of Douglaa 
•M Douglaa Earl of 

Fanny 103 
DOVIE Anne 132 

Richard 133 
DOW Abbey 243 

Abigail 243 

Anna 255 

Charlotte Smith 243 

Elisabeth 243 

George Francia vii 

Hannah 256 

Jamea D. xlvii 

Joeeph 243 

Mary 256 260 

Moflea256 

Richard 256 

Ruth 254 
DOWLING Mary 68 

Mary C. 68 

Thomaa 68 

Thomaa W. 68 
DOWNING Charlee M. 308 

Clarissa 308 

Frances Emmaline 308 
DOWSE Dowst 

Abigail liii 

Alma Leonora liii 

Annette L. liii 

EUa Mabel liu 

Frank liii 

George liii 

Hannah Fowler lii 

Henry lii liii 

John xxxi lii liii 

Osem lii 

Samuel lii 

Sarah lii 
DRAKE 183 

Abigail 45 

Abigail Jennet 05 

AdJine M. 128 

Anne 68 

Asahel29 

Chloe96 

Clarissa 99 

Cyrene 103 

Ebcneser 30 

Elisha68 

Enoch 40 

Francis S. 139 

Frederick Townsley xix 

George L. 127 

Henry 128 

Hephsibah 100 

Hesekiah 30 

James I>eonard 95 

James S. 128 

Job 175 

Julia 95 

Lester H. 128 

Levi 128 

Lucy 29 

Lucy E. 128 

Lurena P. 128 



DRAKE ooot'd 

Martha 8. 128 

MarrG. 128 

Nabby 102 

Noah 29 

Orimel Keep 95 

Reuben 45 40 95 96 

Reuben Cooley 95 

Babra S. 128 

Samuel Adams 102 

Harah 107 

Kibyl 40 
DRAPER Abigail 80S 

Bethuel 290 

Martlia 308 

Mary 290 
DRULLaRD Klisa 308 

George 308 

Mary Elisabeth 308 

Solomon Theodore 308 
DUCETT Orma 174 
DUDLEY Abigail 47 100 

Accey 97 

Achaah 49 

Ameiia 47 97 

Benajah 307 

Caroline 174 

Cornelia 97 

Cynthia 285 

David 285 

F>dward Evirest 97 

Ellen M. 97 

Everest 97 

Everet 49 

FideUa 97 

Hannah Hawes 307 

laaac 49 

I>evi 47 97 100 174 181 

Patience 307 
DUNLAP Mar>' 283 

Robert 283 
DUNN Anna 84 

Nicholas 84 
DUNNING Molly 216 
DUNSTUN Nathaniel 283 

Sarah 2^3 
DURFEE Betsey 290 

Kol>crt 290 
DURRELL Harold Clarke vi 
DUSTIW Duatun 

Lucy 283 

Martha 28« 

Mary 280 

Nathaniel 282 

Sarah 282 
DUTTON Rhoda 291 
D WIGHT EUsabeth 289 

Richard Henry Winalow v vi 
xiv xxix 
DWINNELL Isaae 68 60 

Lucius 69 

Maria 69 

Roxa68 69 . 

Sarah Maria 69 

Sumner 69 
DYER Chloe 101 

Isabel 306 

Thomas 101 

EAGER Noah 153 

Sarah 152 
KAMES 175 

Catherine Holm an 306 

Joshua 306 

LoU306 

Lyman 306 
EARL Mary 24 

Stephen 23 
EARSLEY EUa Grace 311 

Lovica 311 

Nathan Bailey 311 
EASTON Eunice 319 

James 319 

Joeeph 319 

Mary 319 



Index of Persons 



Ixxvii 



SASTON cont'd 

Rachel 318 310 

Siuiannah 310 
Eaatwicke tee Katwick 
EATON Aftron 128 

Amanda Htuart 128 

Amy E. 128 

Austin 128 

C. 128 

C. D. 128 

Celana B. 60 

Cbarlott« M. 128 

Delford 128 

Edwin 128 

Eliia Ann 120 128 

Elliott M. 128 

George 126 128 

Horace 128 

Jeduthun 128 

Jeruaba 128 

Je«M60 

John 128 287 

Julia Ann 126 

Laura Eliiabeth 128 

Liiaie L. 128 

Lurena P. 128 

Lydia 128 

Mercy Moore 128 

Pbebe 128 

Phebe C. 128 

Philena Agard 128 

Ruth 60 

Sarah 13 128 

Beth 128 

Beth C. 128 

Sheldon 128 

Sujiannah 287 
EDDOWES John 133 134 
EDDY Catherine xix 

Ichabod 27 

Mary 27 

Nathan 27 

Sarah 27 

ThaUa 203 
EDES Grac« WiUiamaon 248 
EDGERTON Abel 60 

Ann 60 

Clara xixv 

Daniel 60 

Edna Q. 60 

EUaa A. 60 

Emmet xxxr 

Eraatua 60 

Freelove 60 

Heiekiah 60 

Jabei 60 

Levi 60 

Martha 60 

Marvin 60 

Mary 60 

Reuben 60 

Sally 60 

Sarah 60 

Sarah K. 60 

Winifred xxrv 
EDWARDS Jonathan 310 

Kate208' 

Mabel 310 

Mabel Durant 208 

Oscar 208 

Oecar Wendell 208 
Timothv 310 
EOGLESTON Egleaton Egle« 
stone Eglinton 
33 

Abigail 101 160 
Clare 31 
Clarissa 103 
Daniel 40 
Delia 03 
DoUa 184 
Donne 30 
Doroas 40 00 
Edward 106 
Eluabeth 42 177 



EGGLESTON cont'd 

Uaac 42 173 

Juiiathan 30 

Mahaia 177 

Mary 108 106 

Nabby 30 

NaUianiol 20 40 167 175 

Orrin 43 93 

Phebe 190 

Polly 44 

Uoxy 34 

Samuel 30 31 33 34 40 46 87 
183 

Harah 40 
ELDERKIN Susannah 218 
ELDREDGE Eliiabeth 128 

William 128 
ELDROD Katharine 61 

Robert 61 
ELIOT Elliot 

Abigail 243 

John 141 243 
ELLISON Annie Corinne v vi 
ELLSWORTH Elsworth 

— Mr. 177 

— Widow 96 
Alexander 101 
Anna M. 47 105 
Chloe 101 
Harriet Lucinda 06 
Henry 40 03 101 176 170 
James Brown 06 
Jonathan 03 176 

Lydia P. 45 

Miriam 46 101 

Oliver Chaffee 96 
ELMER Phineas 182 

Stephen 184 
ELMORE Eva Maria 290 

Florence KiU>ourn 299 

Frederick Emerson 299 
Elsworth tee Ellsworth 
ELVINGE Thomas 56 
ELWELL Abigail 243 
ELY Benjamin 49 50 

Cora xxxvii 

Daniel 101 182 

Elisabeth 217 

Nancy H. 106 

Polly 49 

Itoxy 101 

William xxxvii 
EMBREE Edwin Rogers 81 
EMERSON Amoe B. 128 

Daniel 276 

Hannah 276 
EMMONS Mary 280 

Solomon 280 
ENDICOTT John 194 

William Crowninshield 250 
ENO Benjamin F. 128 

Eleanor H. 106 

Harriet 147 

Harriet L. 128 

Jennie I^avinia 147 

Jeese 128 

Joel Nelson 63 78 114 142 
204 

Jonathan 46 178 182 

Jonathan Alexis 177 

Maria Pinney 12S 

Mercy 168 

Nelson 128 147 

Peter 181 

Reuben 183 . 

Stimuol 168 
ENSIGN Ensigne 

Abigail 213 317 

Angeiine Faxon IC 

Angie Gertrude 10 

Ariel 3 5 

Charles Sidney 3 6 7 8 10 77 
. 248 xi xiii xvii xxix Ix 

Datia 317 

David 3 5 213 310 317 



ENSIGN cont'd 

Eliia^Mth 4 

Hannah 4 5 316 

Iiiaa/? 3 6 39 317 

laaiah 39 

Jamns 3 4 211 213 310 317 

John 4 

Juaeph 213 

Julia Mana 3 

Ix)ve 5 

Lucinda 317 

Lucretia 310 317 

Luraunah 5 

Lydia 213 317 

Nlary 213 

Mclutabk 5 

Moaoa J 5 

Richard de 4 

Roxy 6 

Hamuel 213 

Sarah 3 4 5 317 

Hidu.-y Ariel 3 5 

Thomas 3 4 5 

William de 4 
ERSKJNE Ann Maria 243 

Jerunha Baker xiviii 

John 243 

Sarah 243 
ESTABROOK Eiiaabeth 282 

Nchomiah 282 
ESTERLEY E«ther 208 
ESTES Estis 

Abiah 272 

Albert 272 

Alice Needham 208 

Charles 272 

I-xlwin 272 

Edwin T. 272 

Elijah 268 

Elizabeth 268 

l-:sther 257 208 

George 268 

Hannah 257 

Henry 257 208 

James Ne«dham 208 

Jedediah 257 208 

John 250 268 272 

Joseph 24 

Joshua Meeder 208 

Lydia 260 269 

Mary 250 268 

Mercy 208 

Nicholas 250 208 

Patience 250 

Phebe 257 

PriiKiilla 250 

Robert 18 

Sarah 257 259 201 208 270 

Sarah W. 268 

Sibyl H. 208 

Simon G. 272 
ESTWICK Eastwicke Est- 
wicke 

Christopher 135 138 

Eleanor 135 138 
EUSTIS Mary St. Barbe viii 
EVANS Evenes 

Edward 272 

Lucinda 100 

Lucy H. 300 

Patience 272 

Thomas 182 

William 272 
EVEREST Cornelius Bradford 
97 105 106 

Martha ShermAn 07 

May 49 
EVERETT Evoret Ererit Ever- 
itt 
Cynthia xliii 
Phineas xiiv 
Susan 45 102 
WUUam 45 46 94 102 
William Fitch 04 
EWER Charles Ixi 



Ixxviii 



Index of Persons 



EWING Ewingi 

320 

Adelia liii 
Mary 320 

PADRE Fadree Fadrey Fadroe 
Fadry 
Hannah 150 246 
Uanna 240 
Natiianiel 246 
Susannah 246 
William 240 
FAELTON RolHJcca 299 

FAIRMAN 320 

Delight 320 
Hetty Y. 320 
Mehitable 320 
FALEY Eliiabcth 16 
PARELAM Franco* 132 
EARN AM Farnum 
Catey 25 
Jonathan 25 
I/Ottice 25 
Maria 25 
Melatiah 26 
Mercy 26 
Moees 26 
Wait 25 
Warner 25 
FARNSWORTH Electa 307 
Farnum $ee Famam 
FARRINGTON Amos 184 
FAWCETT Anthony 62 

BridKCt 62 
FAXON Atariah 129 
Hephiibcth 10 
Rhoda 129 
FEATHERS Mary 299 
FEGAN Anna iloUand 243 
274 
Daniel 243 274 
Joeeph J. 243 
FELGAR Melinda 304 
FELKER Catherine 243 
J. C. 243 
John C. 243 
William C. 243 
FELLOWS Abigail 69 
Araos 69 
Anna 69 
Augvistus 69 
Hannah 243 244 
Ichabod 69 
Ira 69 
Isaac 69 
Ruth 69 
Samuel 243 244 
Stephen 69 
Stephen Emerson 243 
Warren Rice 243 244 
FENNER John 104 

Sally 104 
FERNALD Eliiabeth 83 
Reginald 83 86 
Temperance 83 
William 83 
FERRINGTON Polly 285 
FERRIS Deborah 306 
Emma 306 
Stephen 306 
FESSENDEN Ellen 84 

William Pitt 84 
FIELD Fields 
Alma 308 
Odid 112 
Susannah 286 287 
Thankful 285 
Thomas 285 
FILER Tryphena 179 
FILLEY Filly 

Aaron 166 171 172 
Abigail 101 
Amelia 102 
Augustus 102 
Barnabas Butler 87 



FaLEY cont'd 
Harnaby 45 06 

lieulah 102 

Hidwell 106 

Chloe KXi 172 

David 40 41 43 44 01 02 09 
101 168 184 

Dkvid Haskell 01 104 

Diantha 91 102 

Kximun<l 180 

1-xiwin 91 

Eli jab 47 100 

EUiabeth 45 00 175 

Emily 87 102 104 176 

Eunice 43 02 00 184 

GUbert 87 182 

C.urdon 43 91 92 00 184 

Harrison 87 174 

Haskell 184 

Helen 106 

Heiekiah 170 

Huldah 42 90 101 

Jerusha 43 99 

Jerusha P. 105 

Jerusha Pamela 92 

John 38 

Jonah 170 172 176 179 

Jonathan 42 87 90 171 

Joeeph 40 100 101 171 172 • 

Katharine 175 

Uvi 171 

Luke 100 174 175 

Lydia41 169 

Margarette C. 40 

Mary 100 175 

Mary Ann 91 

May 184 

Mind well 166 

Moses 167 168 

Nabby 175 

Nancy 104 

Nathan Gilbert 91 
Oliver 167 174 177 

Patty 101 
Pere 167 
Rebecca 38 
Ruth 100 
Sally 47 

Sarah 101 167 171 
Sophia 102 
Susannah Gillet 87 
Tabitha 100 
Thede 40 102 
Thomas B. 49 
Timothy 102 168 172 180 
Timothy B. 48 
Timothy Bishop 91 
Walter 91 181 
Walter Field 95 
FINLEY Eliia 129 

Samuel 129 
FINNEMORE LeUtia 292 
FISH Anna 181 
Benjamin 177 
Charles 129 
Esther 129 
Goodwin 50 
Harriet C. 50 
John 182 
Louisa 307 
Lydia 102 
Martha F. 120 
Miller 179 181 
FISHER Carlton Myron 311 
Hattie Luella 310 
Marv A. 311 
FISK Fiske 
Andrew \ i xv 
Dorcas 146 
Ellen Ware 82 
Esther 146 
John li 
Joseph E. 82 
Rufus 146 



FITCH 



313 



— Mr. 167 

Arumah 70 

Converse 70 

Elisabeth 313 314 

George H. 00 

Halsey 00 

Hannah 315 

Henry 70 

James 130 140 282 

John 70 170 210 

JoMph 29 171 

Justus 172 178 

Luther 43 02 

Lydia 210 283 

Lyndall 313 

Mary 70 

Mary Amanda 02 

Matthew 314 

Orson 70 

Pattv 313 

Pruflenoe 174 

Rachel 70 

Rosanna 00 

Rosanna V. 70 

Roxana 70 

Rufus 70 

Rufus 8. 60 70 

RujmI 70 
Samuel 280 
Sarah 280 282 
Seymour 313 
Susan 102 
Susannah 43 01 
Warren 70 
William 70 
William Ha>'nea 316 
FITTS Fits 

Abby Manley li 
Anme Gibson li 
Asa I 

Charles Frederic xxx 1 li 
Robert li 
Susan 1 
FITZGERALD Desmond z 
FLINT Abel 87 02 
FLOWER nour Flower* 
Abigail 310 317 
Anna 317 
Elijah 317 
Elisha283 
George 317 
Isaac 317 
Lamrook 317 
Lydia 317 
Nancy 317 
Rhoda 283 
Roswell P. 317 
Roxeline 317 
Theron 317 
FLOYD Belle AuguaU Smt*/ 

V X 

Charles Harold rix 
FOBES Francis 205 

Sarah Elisabeth 306 
FOLGER Daniel 22 

Judith 21 22 
FOOT Foots 

Aaron 09 

Amelia 30 10« 

Asubah 100 

Betsey 298 

Charles Eugene 205 

Conohita 295 

Daniel 29 

Egbert Warner 205 

Electa 09 

Elijah 30 32 33 

EUen Jane 204 

Esther 99 

Freman 29 

Hannah 38 

John 35 

Joseph 39 

Julius 204 



Index of Persons 



Ixxix 



FOOT cont'd 

Jualufl 32 

Katharine Lucile 205 

lAsvi 3y 

Lucy 90 

Mary 33 294 

Morrui Juliiu 294 

Kboda 291 

Roger 291 

RoAHnna 35 

Roawell 291 

Roawell Jerry 291 

Sabra Kmeline 291 

Samuel 30 38 99 

Timothy 30 
FORBES Dorotliy 202 

Maria Ix>uiaa li 
FORD xxxiv 

Chloe 99 285 

Daniel 283 280 

Esther 286 

Lucy 99 

Lydia 283 

Olive 310 
FOSBURY Forsbery Foraby 

— Widow 170 
Amy 35 
Isaac 35 30 
John 35 170 
Lucy 30 
Mahalah 100 
Stephen 30 100 

FOSS Annie 304 
FOSTER — Rev. Mr. 34 

Abiel 198 

Abigail 198 

Ann 199 

Betaey 220 

Comfort 198 

Daniel 31 

Eleanor 198 

EUsha 198 

Hannah 47 

Hopeatill 198 

Jane 244 

Mary 198 

Sarah 198 

Standfast 197 198 

Thomaa C. 244 

WiUiam 244 
FOULON Mary Ann 290 
FOWXE Harriet 293 
FOWLER Elisabeth 305 

Levi 293 

Lucretia 295 

Magdalene 232 237 

Martha 25 

Nicholas 232 237 

Sally 293 

Sarah 201 
FOX George x 

Susan H. 49 
FOX-DAVIKS Arthur 148 149 
FRAMPTON William 80 
FRANCIS — Maj. 102 

— Mr. 103 
Adelia S. 106 
Anson 183 
Edward 103 180 
Emily 302 
James Henry 302 
JuUa 103 
Maria 103 
NeUie 302 
Ruth 102 185 
William John 302 

FRANKLIN Francldin 

Anne 231 

George 182 

Richard 231 
FRAZEE David 14 

Ephraim 14 

Mary 14 
FREAK John 232 

Rachel 232 



FREEMAN Alden 321 
FREESTONE KrcMon Free- 
■lon Frristone Freatoo 
Freslone Frestonoe Frey- 
nton Freystonne Friston 
Fryston 

Asncs 52 55 

AUce 52 55 

Ann 51 02 

Anne 54 55 01 

AnniH 52 

Cicely 53 

Kliiabeth 51 53 50 02 

Faith 01 

Franco* 51 53 67 62 

Gamaliel 62 

George 54 65 62 

Henry 55 

Isabel 53 

James 52 

John 52 53 69 

Margaret 52 55 

Margery 61 02 

Maria 01 

Marie 02 

Mary 61 

Nellie 55 

Richard 51 52 53 54 02 03 

Robert 51 53 54 55 60 58 01 
02 

Susannah 02 

Sycily $ee Cicely 

Thomas 62 53 65 62 

Thomasine 53 

Troth 61 02 

William 52 53 56 
FRENCH EUzabetb 153 xv 
xvi 

Mary 232 

Rebecca 285 

Robert Dudley 81 

Thankful 316 
Freston aee Freestone 
Frestone Bee Freestone 
Frestonne $e* Freestone 
Freyston tee Freestone 
Freystonne see Freestone 
FRISBIE Fricabey Friesby 

Eliiabeth 48 93 

Enoch 43 44 92 93 94 90 97 

Isaac Eglcston 92 

Jane 48 93 

Jesse 100 

I^ura A. 106 

I>emuel 49 

Lemuel Taylor 96 

Sarah 49 

Sarah Maria 97 

Susann&h 48 94 

Thomas 49 

Thomas Scott 90 

"Wealthian Hubbard 44 
Friston $ee Freestone 
FRITCHIE Nancy 294 
FROST Nicholas 190 
FROTHINGHAM Thomaa 

Goddard 80 
FRYE Fry 

Delia Martha xx 

Dorcas xlii 

Eliiabeth 268 

Hannah 268 

Isaiah 260 208 

John 266 

John James 268 

Judith 258 261 

Martha 206 

Mary 260 272 

Phebe 208 

Rowlan 258 

Ruth 254 

Sarah 202 268 

WiUiam 266 
Frv'ston $ee Freestone 
FUESS Claude Moore xviii 



FULLER Abigail 10 13 

Drlx^rah KUia lix 

Kliial>elh 3U7 

Francis Henry lix 

Henry 290 

Jennie li. xiv xxx lix 

Juarpb 144 

Lucy Ann 290 

.Mary 144 

Surah 283 

Timothy lix 
FURBER John C. 105 

Mary 105 
FURBISH Sarah 269 

GAGER Andrew 70 

Jerusha 70 

I>ois 70 
GAILLARD — Rer. Mr. 34 
GALBRAITH Margaret 300 
GALLOP Asa 283 

Sarah 283 
GALLOWAY Milton Blytb* 

GALLY Richard 244 

Susannah 244 
GALPIN Eliiabeth 218 
GAMBOLD David S. 179 
GARDNER Gardener 

— Mm. 70 

Elijah Temple 311 

Eliiabeth 311 

Joah 70 

Mary 26 240 

Mina 311 

Nathan 26 

Robert 225 

Thomas 240 
GARFIELD James Abram lir 
GARNEY EUiabeth 41 
GARY I^wis 129 

Sallv Jewett 129 
GATES Elmira 307 
GAY C. M. 16» 

Joeephine xix 
GAYLORD Anna 317 

p:themur 100 

John 101 

Lydia 100 

Sarah 101 
GEIGER Minnie 300 
GEORGE Katy Boyd xix 
GIBBONS Ambrose 86 
GIBBS Abraham 227 

Anna 219 

Eliiabeth 232 239 

George 226 227 228 239 

Joan 232 239 

Robert 227 

Rufus 182 

Samuel 227 

Sarah 227 

WiUiam 232 239 
GIBSON Ada A. 70 

Addie H. 70 

Ann M. 70 

Jarab 70 

Job D. 70 

Mary 70 

Marv A. 74 
GIDDINGS ElecU 103 

Joseph Cornelius 95 

Linus 40 94 95 96 103 

Margaret 156 

Samuel Stiles 96 

Theodore D wight 96 
GIFFORD Abigail 321 

.\pphia 321 

Eliiabeth 321 

Gideon 321 

Hannah 321 

John 239 

Joseph 321 

Patience 321 



VOL. LXXU. 



23 



Ixxx 



Index of Persons 



GILBERT 



150 



Abigail 220 

Abigail C. 129 

Aurelia 129 

DeoJaniiD 150 

Eb«neier 222 

Elisabeth 150 100 

Israel 150 

JaDe 150 100 

Jean $et Jane 

Jonathan fi 

JoMph 160 100 

Lucy 6 

Mabel lOO 

Mary 7U 150 100 

Merit 120 

Nathaniel 70 159 100 

Phebe Ann 120 

Ilachol 310 

Rebecca 150 lOO 

Roiy 6 

Ruth 220 

Bamuel 150 

Sarah 100 

8eth 5 

Buaan liii 

William 150 100 
GILBERT LE VENEUR 131 
GILES Deborah 00 

John 00 

Joeeph K. 200 

Sarah 200 

Sarah Elisabeth 206 
GILLETT GiUot 

34 

— Capt. 40 

— Mrs. 181 

— Widow 108 
Aaron 170 
Abel 107 172 181 
Abigail 30 

Amoe 42 44 01 09 103 177 180 

181 
Amofl Hubbard 01 
Anne 310 
Anson Center 03 
Asa 32 34 30 
Ashbel 107 170 172 174 175 

178 
Razter 48 07 
Bethuel 181 182 
Betsey 40 104 170 
Betsey Morton 01 
Chauncey 170 
Chester 178 
Chloe88 
Clarina 30 
Clarissa 01 
Dana 88 178 
Edward 04 
Elisabeth 88 
Esther 41 170 
Eunice 40 41 
Fanny 01 
Flavia ELiia 00 
Gese31 

Gustavus Hilbourn 97 
Hudson 183 
Huldah 41 43 01 101 
Jacob 34 43 44 01 02 93 101 
Jacob Mills 01 
Jason 02 
Joel 107 

Johnson Keyes 02 
JonAh 41 88 80 100 108 171 

170 
Jonathan 34 30 44 01 02 03 94 

170 172 170 
Jonathan Baxter 02 
Justus 88 03 94 05 00 177 170 
Justus Penoyer 03 
Leri31 
Luoinda 299 
Mary 44 100 102 
Mary Elisabeth 07 



GILLETT cont'd 

Mary Fields 92 

Mrrry WU 170 

Miriain 103 180 

Mitty 40 01 00 178 

Nancy 42 89 103 

NaUiso 203 

Norman H. 45 

Norman Hubbard 03 

Obadiah 100 

Polly 44 88 

Rachel 32 40 02 108 

Roeanna 100 

BaUy 44 80 102 

Samuel 177 

Sarah 101 

Sarah Goodrich 170 

Sibyl I>avinia 03 

SUvy 44 

Simeon 05 

Sophronia 48 04 

Stephen 32 33 

Susan 48 

8us*n Merilla 03 

Susannah 42 88 03 101 177 

Sylvester 4-4 03 

Sylvia Pamclia 03 

Thomas 31 

Watson 03 

William 48 

William Aug\isU 01 

Zaccheus 37 
GILMAN Augustus Henry 80 

Margaret 86 

Margaret Deering 80 

Rirhard 30 
GILMORE Ann Caroline It 

JoHcph Albrce Iv 
GILSON Alden P. 103 105 

Anna R. 105 

Asa 103 

Beatrice A. 105 

Claude U. 105 

Emily Isabel 105 

Franklin Howard 103 164 165 
xxix Ix 

Henry Vend 103 

Isabel C. 105 

John 103 

Joseph 103 

Mary 103 

Mary Spofford 103 

Solomon 163 
GLAZIER Betsey 80 

EUphalet 41 42 80 

Joeeph 80 

Patty 43 80 

Rachel 41 
GLEASON LovicaSll 
GLIDDEN George 244 

John 244 

Sarah 244 
GLOVER Joha 190 

Robert 62 
GLYN Phebe 307 
GODDARD Godard 

George Sevmour 247 t vii x 

Zeruiah 256 264 
Godwin »f« Goodwin 
GOLLOPPB Margery 231 

Thomas 231 
GOODELL David xlvii 

George Dodge xlvii 

Lucy Sanborn xxx xlrii 

Rebecca xlvii 

Robert xlvii 

Zachahah xlvii 
GOODM\N Abigail 217 

Lucy 176 

Thomas 38 

Timothv 38 
GOODRICH Goodricke 

Abigail 213 220 

Agnes 55 

AUen 220 



GOODRICH cont'd 

Asahel 220 

Charles W. 106 

Klislia 220 

Elisabeth 32 220 282 

Gurdon 213 

Hannah 220 

Henry 102 

John 220 

Jouah 70 220 

Mary 8. 106 

Rebecca 220 

Ruth 220 

Sally 102 

Sarah 220 202 

Seth 32 177 180 

Sibyl 220 

William 220 
GOODSPEED Charles EUol 

321 vi xiv xvii 
GOODWIN Godwin 

Abilene 106 

Achsah 43 

Achsah Roxana 01 

Anna 87 

Beulah 44 04 

Candice 43 * 

Clanssa 106 

I«:dgar 283 

Edward Bird 02 

Eliiabeth 283 

Eliiabeth L. 147 

p:sther 101 177 

l':sther M. 104 

Eunice 00 

Fanny 46 

Fanny R. 104 

Fanny RoAann* 01 

Hannah 43 174 

Helen 48 

Helen Mary Ann 03 

Heiekiah 42 43 87 89 90 01 00 
102 169 170 174 175 177 

Hesekiah Freeman 01 

James 43 01 02 03 06 00 180 
283 

Jerusha 318 

Joseph 31 33 42 101 174 177 

Lavmia 104 317 

Lavinia C. 107 

Lester 106 

Lucy Williams 03 

Lydia 105 283 

\Ianha E. 107 

Mary 217 283 

Mary Anna 01 

Mary Estabrook 94 

Percy 102 103 177 

Philo Ashley 01 

Rachel 210 

Rebecca 42 99 170 

Rebecca Maria 90 

Richard 288 

Rosanna 31 42 181 183 

Samuel 89 106 169 

Bamuel Doddhd<« 01 

Sarah 166 

SWah Cornelia 96 

Stephen 40 106 166 

Timothy 33 44 93 176 177 

William Timothy 93 
Gool ••* Gore 

GORDDY 180 

GORE Caroline Aug\isU 293 

Samuel 140 
GORTON John 27 

Joshua 27 

Susannah 27 
GOSS F. B. 322 

F. P. 322 
GOUDY 104 

DoUy 104 
GOULD Daniel 2&8 304 

EUsa291 

George Lambert r ri x 



Index of Persons 



Ixxxi 



GOULD cont'd 

Hannah 215 

Jenny 178 

Martha 2fM 

Bally 288 304 

Sarah 255 
GOULSWORTHY EUsaUth 
227 

Henry 227 

Harah 227 

Thomaa 227 
GOVS Gool 

EUaa II. 203 260 

Hannah 2M 

Levi 203 209 

Maria 2(59 

Marosia 200 

Mary 203 209 

■Wilhftin Henry 203 209 
GOWRTHROP Ann 244 
GRAFTON Eleanor 293 
GRAHAM Grayham 

Aniae 300 

Benjamin 99 178 184 

Candioe 99 

EU«ha 35 

Hannah 100 

Ira 30 

Lucina Campbell 320 

Luther 31 

Ruth 222 

SaUy 99 

Sarah 30 

Simeon 31 107 
GRANBURT Mary Emeline 78 
ORANDY AbigaU 305 

Edward 143 

Silence 143 
GRANGER Anna 221 

Anne 221 

Ebeneier 221 

EUsabeth 221 

Esther 221 

Hannah 214 

Huldah 221 

Launcelot 221 

Martha 221 

Robert 221 

Ruth 221 

Samuel 214 221 

Zadok 221 
GRANT — Capt. 176 178 181 
182 183 184 

Adoniram 70 71 

Anna 70 

Ajenath 70 71 

Betaey 101 

D. W. 50 98 

David 41 89 90 100 107 

David D. 60 

David M. 47 

David Wadaworth 89 

Ebeneier 70 71 

Edna 70 

Edwin 1 . 70 

EUas70 

EUsabcth 172 

Ephraim 05 70 71 

Esther 70 ' 

HenhetU E. 70 

I. 98 

Joseph 70 

Juliana 50 70 

Juliana F. 70 

Katharine 70 

Mary 05 70 71 

Mary M. 70 

Meroy 71 

Noah 71 

OUver 70 71 

Phebe 71 

Phebe A. 71 

Philip 71 

Pnidenoe 71 

Rhod* 41 181 



GRANT cont'd 

llhoda Ktnma 40 90 104 

Harah I. 71 

Solomon 71 

Ulysses Himpson liv 

Wells Mills 98 
Grauenor •«« Grosvenor 
Gravener cm Grosvenor 
Graveiior m« Grosvenor 
Gravenour im Grosvenor 
GRAVES Gyrus 300 

Louina 300 

Mary 300 

Truman 300 
GRAY Abiel 71 129 

Ann Jane 292 

Anna 292 

Anna Lucretia 98 

Asa 105 

Charles 292 

Edward 240 

Hannah 215 

Henrietta xxxvii 

Henry 50 98 

I>etitia 292 

Mary 98 

Matthew 292 

Nathaniel 215 

Samuel 292 

Sarah 98 

Sarah A. 60 

Sarah Ann 292 

Zeruiah 71 
Grayham tee Graham 
GREELEY Grooly 

Adolphus Washington It 

Andrew 251 

Hannah 251 

Joseph 251 

Mary 251 

Moees 251 
GREEN Greene Grene 

Abiah 272 

Abigail 27 

Adcue N, Ivii 

Anna 22 20 

Arabella Augusta xlvi 

Ashbel xix 

GUbert G. 129 

Harriet 105 

Henry Ivii 

Jemima 258 

Joanna Ivii 

Luoy B. 60 

Nancy E. 129 

Orrin O. 129 

Patience 272 

Pownal 50 

Ruth 71 

Samuel Abbott 102 xzi 

Sarah 203 

Thomas 55 

WiUiam 250 
GREENHILL Rebecca 5 
GREENLAW William Pre«)ott 

V vii viii x xiv xviii 
GREENLEAF Ann 244 

Edmund D. 344 

Jane 150 

Stephen 80 

Wifliam 244 
GREENOUGH Chester Noye^ 

GREGORY ClarisMk 308 

Dan 99 

Jachin 215 

John 215 

Peggy 99 

Sarah 215 

Sturges G. 105 

Susannah A. 105 
Grene tee Green 
GRIDLEY Bual 96 184 

Cynthia 103 

Eathoi 319 220 



G RIDLEY eont'd 

Flora 103 

Flora Anna 90 

I^auder 184 

Rowel 103 

Selah38 

Timothy 38 

Truman 103 
GRIFFIN Alfred L. 100 

Mana A. 100 

SuiiuQ Goodeil 82 
GRIGGS Anna 71 

Austin 71 72 

Charles L. 71 

Chester 71 

Daniel 71 

K. 71 

Kliiabeth 71 

Kli«al>eth C. 71 

KUiabeth F. 71 

Frances A. 71 

George 71 

Ichabod 71 129 

Isaao 285 

Joanna 71 

John K. 71 

John L. 71 

Joshua 71 72 

Marilda 71 

Mary 71 129 

Meroy 71 

Miriani 74 

Nancy 71 

Orrilla 72 

Phebe 285 

R. R. 71 

lUlph R. 71 

RosweU71 

Roxana C. 71 

Samuel 71 

Sarah 71 

Solomon L. 71 72 

rilrphen 71 72 

Sylvia L. 72 

William W. 72 
GRIMES Daniel 37 

Deborah 212 

Klisha 30 

Henry 212 

JoMph 212 

Mary 212 

William 30 

Zebulun 212 
GRISWOLD Griswould 

— Mrs. 178 

— Widow 177 
Abel 37 
Abiel 100 
Agnes 38 
Anna 174 
Anne A. 104 
Asaph 104 
Augustus A. 103 
Aurelia 38 

C. G. 97 
Chauncey 0. 48 
C>'rus 183 
E<iward 30 38 
Edwin 104 
Eli*ha 30 
Elita Hooker 97 
Elizabeth 30 282 
Erastus 173 
Fanny 103 
Frederick 38 181 
Friend 38 
George 30 37 38 
Hamet 103 
Harvfiy 174 
Uetekiah 39 
Ila 172 
Jane M. MS 
Joab 38 
Joel 174 
John 282 



Ixxxii 



Index of Persons 



GRISWOLD cont'd 

Julia 1U3 
KaUj 100 
Lavinia 105 

L«st«r 183 

Lydia 1U2 105 

NIary 38 101 

Mary C. 104 

MeliMa 178 

Mooes 36 

Nancy 104 

Nathaniel 38 

Noah 36 38 39 

Pamela 179 

Ponieroy 171 

Rebecca 10(J 177 

Ruth 48 

Sarah E. 107 

Simeon 38 

Solomon 106 168 

Sophia 102 

Thirra Maria 103 

Timothy 107 

Willmm 171 174 178 181 

Zubtt 39 
GRITT Mary 212 
GROBHAM John 225 
GROSS Grose 

Huldah 217 

Sarah Ann 306 
GROSVENOR Grauenor Gra- 
vener Gravcnor Gravenour 
Groauenor Groavener Gro«- 
venner Groevenour Gro- 
vonor 

Anne 134 137 141 

Barbara 134 136 

Benjamin H. 139 

Christopher 134 135 138 

Eastwicke 134 138 

Ebeneser 141 

Eleanor 134 135 138 

Elisabeth 141 

Esther 131 138 139 140 141 

Gerard 133 134 135 137 

Grace 133 135 137 

Hester 138 139 

Hugh 134 130 

Hugh Richard Arthur $ee 
Westminster Duke of 

Jane 133 134 135 137 

Joan 134 136 

John 131 132 133 134 135 137 
138 139 140 141 322 

Joseph 141 

Joyce 132 130 

Leicester 132 133 134 135 136 

137 138 141 
Lester Mee Leicester 
Lettice 133 134 135 137 
Margaret 134 136 137 
Margery 132 133 134 135 137 
Mary 133 135 137 141 
Rebecca 141 

Richard 134 

Richard Sir 131 

Roger 131 133 136 

Sarah 141 

Susannah 133 134 135 137 

138 140 141 
Thomas 141 

Ursula 132 133 134 136 

WUliam 72 132 133 134 135 
136 137 138 140 141 
GROUT John x\ 

Nancy xl 
GROVER Ancr 129 

Asenath 129 

Charles H. 129 

Daniel 129 206 

Eber F. 129 

Emily 129 

Horatio 129 

John 129 

Julia M. 129 



GROVER cont'd 

Laura 129 

Iahh 129 

Lurinda 129 

Mercy Ann 129 

Nancy J. 206 

Norman 129 

Oliver 129 

IVgjcy 129 206 

I'h^lKS 129 
GROVES Edgar 244 

II. 244 

J. 244 

John 244 

Olive 244 
Grovonor •«« Groavenor 

GRUMLEY 180 

GUILD Courtenay xix 
GULLIVER Jonathan 198 
GUNN Mehitable 5 

I'homas 5 
GURLEY Artemas 72 

Sarah 72 
GURNEY Eliiabcth 178 
GUSTAN Criswold 99 

Sarah 99 
GUTTERSON Clarence J. 129 

EliialMjlh P. 129 

Harry S. 129 

HACKER Sarah 254 
HACKETT Abigail 307 

Lucy 307 
HADLOCK Sarah 141 
UAGAR Haggare 

Amos 283 

Sarah 283 

Stephen 59 
HAGGERTY William 178 
HAIGHT Benjamin 111 

David 111 

Keiiah 110 111 

Phebe 110 111 

Reuben 110 111 
HALE Baker 129 

Charles R. 247 

Eunice 221 

Frederick R. 129 

Freedom 306 

Hannah 217 

John Parker Iv 

Joeiah 214 

Kate xxi 

Lucy Lambert It 

Roeetta 129 
HALIBURTON Emma Maria 
xxxiii 

Thomas Chandler xxxiii 
HALL Abigail 280 

Almeria bophia 304 

Anna R. 47 

Benjamin 282 

Celeste Mary Au«:usta 308 

David 2S3 

E. Edwin 304 

Edwin Herbert xix 

EUiabeth 282 

Frederick S. 147 

Huldah 230 285 

Jennie Elita 147 

Joel 308 

Joel Augustus 308 

Judith 2S0 284 

Lucretia 308 

Lucy 280 282 283 

Lucy C^ile 304 

Mary 100 283 

Mary Richards 308 

Moody 280 

Moee«280 

Nathaniel 2S4 

OUve 283 

Prudence 284 285 

Thoai«« 2S0 281 282 283 ' 



HALL cont'd 

William Franklio sxriil 
HalUrk ,ee Hallock 
HALLETT William 220 
HALLOCK Hallack 
laaac 21 24 

John 87 
Hamerton t^^ Hammertoo 
HAMILTON I^uiaa 4« 
HAMLYN Joan 232 237 
ILAMMERTOrr Hamerton 
Ann 67 61 

I'homaj 58 01 
HAMMOND Otia Grant viii 
HAMPTON Wade 309 
HANCHETT tlmiher 221 
HANCOCK John 84 

Thomas W. 248 
HANDY Hannah 212 
Hanford <«« Hannaford 
HANKS John 146 

Olive ¥. 146 
HANNAFORD Hanford Hun- 
naford 

Asenath 244 

Davis 244 

EUtabeth 216 

Gershom 216 

Lydia J. 244 

Mary 215 210 244 

Mary E. 244 

Samuel 244 

Sarah 244 

Thomas 215 210 

Thomas T. 244 
HANSON Hanaen 

Anne J. 129 

Bertha M. 129 

Caleb 261 

Carl T. 129 

Charles 263 

Daniel 263 

Diderick 129 

Engeborg M. 129 

H. 129 

Hannah 262 

J. 129 

James 263 

Johannes 129 

John 263 

Judith 261 

Kirstine C. 129 

Mary 261 262 265 272 

Nicholas 262 

PaUence 259 262 

Phebe 258 

PriscUia 260 

Sarah 254 261 262 263 265 

Stephen 262 

Susannah 263 

Thaddeu* 263 
HARBACH Charlotte Iri 

John Wilson Ivi 

Jonathan Ivi 

Sophronia Ivi 

Thomas Ivi 

William Francis xxxi Iri 
HARDEMAN Anne 232 

Wilham 232 
HARDING John 146 

Thankful 146 

Vaahti 146 
HARDON Anna Wallace xx 
HAREJiESS Hearknesa 

Adam 23 109 111 112 

Deborah 111 

Hannah 24 25 

Mary Miller 300 

Nathan 23 24 25 

Ruth 24 25 112 

Thankful 109 111 112 
HARLOW ChArity 285 

Lvdia 12 

Robert 285 



Index of Persons 



Ixrxiii 



ARLOW cont'd 

Thflodor* Lyman ii 

William 12 
HARNSON JoJin 00 
HARRINGTON Olive 102 

William 102 
HARRIS — Widow 180 

Albert Reuben 307 

Alice 232 

Ann 286 

Clarissa 307 

E<lward Doublcday 102 

Elizabeth 307 

Kllon 307 

KUiott 307 

Franoelia Mary 307 

Hannah 307 

Hannah Hawes 307 

Harvey 307 

Is&ao 286 

Jane 286 

Joseph 170 

Joshua 307 

Joshua Avery 307 

Jyorenio 307 

Louisa Nancy 307 

Mary Ix>uise 307 

Nancy 307 

Nicholas 6 

Patience 307 

Thomas 248 

Wilmer C. 248 
HARRISON Edward 134 135 
137 

Mary 133 134 135 137 
HART 98 

Edward L. 6 
Eld ad 285 
Esther 220 
Fanny Woodford 98 
Joanna 45 
John 220 
Judah 220 221 
Mary 212 
Polly 285 
Sarah 212 220 221 
Thomas 2ia 
Thomson 98 
William 52 
HARTLON Henry 129 
HARTZWELL Berter Bell 296 

Harrv 8. 296 
HARVEY Harvy 
Billy 179 
Waty 112 
HARWOOD Charlotte N. 129 
Lewis 130 
Luther H. 130 
Matilda 130 
HASKELL Hascol Haskel Hss- 
kil 
Catherine 287 
David 282 284 
Elijah 72 

Eliiabeth 72 282 2S4 
Eunice 284 
John 101 284 
Judith 72 
Polly 101 
Sarah 72 
Sarah Kidder xlii 
HASKINS Aaron 203 
Abigail 203 
Katharine 203 
Rhoda 203 
Samuel 203 
Sarah 203 
William 203 
HATCH Abi«ail 130 
Abner 130 
Amelia 72 
Bathsheba 72 
Caroline 72 
Charles Edward 98 
Curtie B, 7? 



HATCH cont'd 
Dana 72 
Desire 72 

P>le 130 

hklward 98 

i:<iward L. 98 

Eleaier 72 73 

Eunice 130 

Frank 05 72 

(Icorite I/eator 98 

(J race 72 

Oustin 72 

Heman 130 
' Isabel 98 

Jeduthun 72 

Jenna 130 

Jonathan 72 

Joseph 72 73 

I>ectana 72 

Lucius A. 72 

Marvin 72 

Mary 72 

Mary H. 72 

Melinda 05 72 

Melinda B. 72 

Minerva 130 

Nathaniel 72 

Neraa 72 

Prudence 72 

Ruth Melinda 65 

Sarah 72 73 

Serepta B. 98 

Thankful 72 73 

Thomas Asa 98 

Timothy Linus 98 

William 73 

Zadok 72 
HATHAWAY Hathcway Hath- 
way 

Aaron 24 109 

Adonijah 23 

Amasa 108 

Ann 22 

Anna 108 

Doratha 109 

Edward 23 

Eleanor 23 24 109 113 

Elix&beth 22 24 108 109 221 

Evaline 73 

George 109 

James 23 109 

Joel 221 

John 24 109 

Jonah 22 108 

Joseph 22 108 

Lucius 73 

Lvdia 108 

Martha 113 

Mary 23 113 

Samuel 23 113 

Sarah 24 

William 22 

Zaccheus 23 109 113 
HATTON Mary 301 

Nancy 301 

William H. 301 
HAUGHEY Luke 322 

Wilfrid 322 

William Henry 322 
HAUGHWODT Lefferd M. A. 

147 
HAVEN Elijah 309 

Olive E. 309 

llelief 309 
HAWES Frank Mortimer vii 
HAWKES Hawk 

Alice Eliiabeth 296 

John 12 

Mary Elizabeth 296 

Sarah 12 

Silas A. 296 
HAWKINS Albert M. 73 

Anna Isabel 73 

Elizabeth A. 73 

Emily Cook 120 



HAWKINS cont'd 
Lois 130 
Mary 220 

Mary A. 120 
SaniuH 130 
HAWLEY — Mr.. 282 

Kliiiha 283 

Elisabeth 210 

Hannah 283 

Richard 280 282 

Itufus 30 32 87 
HAY C:alherine 244 
UAYDEN HaydoD 

Elizabeth 217 

Kariiuol 203 

Sarah 217 

Timothy 178 

William 217 
HAYES Hays Hase 

Elijah 270 

Eliiabeth 214 

GeorRe 30 

Jane 298 

Rutherford Birchard llv Iv 

Samuel 214 

Sarah 214 

Timothy 168 
HAYWARD Heywood 

Anna 141 

Elizabeth 145 

GcorRe 145 

Harriet 287 

Hester 85 

John 141 145 

Sarah 141 145 

Thomas 85 
HAZARD Joseph 73 

Nancy 73 
Haze »ee Hayes 
HEAD Natt liu 
HEALY Hele 

Clarence Ix)veland 79 

William 79 
Heard tee Hurd 
HcarkncM tee Harkness 
HEARTFIELD Sarah 232 238 
HEATH Thomas 226 
HEDGE Cornelius Gold 97 

Cynthia M. 48 

E. 97 

Edmund 43 97 

Edward 97 

Francis Darwin 97 

John Whit6eld 97 
Hcle tee Healy 
HELLICK John 285 

Sukey 285 
HEMENWAY Daniel 299 

Marv 299 

Sarah Eliiabeth 299 

Sarah Gross xir 
HEMPSTEAD Uempst^l 

— Dr. 172 

John A. 104 « 

Joshua H. 170 

Julia 101 

Sarah 104 
HENDERSON EUiabeth 297 

Hannah 297 

James 297 
HENDRICK Charles Theodore 

xz 
HENRY rV of England 136 
HENRY Aaron 39 

Philip 182 
Hcnstl.ilc tee Hinsdale 
HENSHAWE Helen 57 
HERBERT Andrew 244 

Jane 244 

Jane B. 244 • 

John W. 244 
HERSEY Anno 198 

Solomon 198 
Hetchbone tee Hitchborn 



bcjodr 



Index of Persons 



HEWITT E«t<>lle Ellen 15 

OeorsQ L. 16 
HSYDRICK CharlM WilU^m 
304 

Mary CTark 304 

Joaephine RtnRs 301 
H«ywood •«« II ay ward 
HIBBARD AuKuatins 282 283 

Daniel 281 282 

Eanioe 283 

Hannah 280 282 
mCKOX AbiRail 222 

Conaider 222 

Lydia 222 

Martha 210 

Mary 222 

Rebeoca 222 

Samuel 222 

William 222 
HICKS Ixswia Wilder rl zziz 

xixii 
HIE ATT Polly 15 
HIGGINS Mary 30« 

Bally 297 
EUGLEY CaroUne 179 

Dorcaa 99 

Edwin 184 

Job 99 

OUve 177 

SaUy 103 
HILL HilU 

Abby Maria 271 

Abner 203 

Amoe 263 

Anna 287 

Charlea Edwin 271 

Comfort 263 271 

David T. 73 

Don Gleason xxxiv 

Edward 271 

Eliaa Jane 271 

EUiabeth 259 271 

Eliiabeth Ann 271 

Franoee51 

Georse Albert 271 

Henry 271 

Haldah 263 

laaiah Breed 203 

Job 30 

John 271 

Lebbeufl 203 

Lew Caaa vi xi zxviii 

Lois 208 

Malvina 271 

Maria H. 73 

Mary 203 

Mary Rogers 271 

Mercy 258 263 

OUver 203 

Phineaa 315 

Richard Sir 53 

Sally 315 

SAn^antha 271 

Samuel 271 

Sarah 36 263 

Sarah M. 271 

Timothy Vamey 203 

Valentine 51 

William 271 

William Henry 271 
HILLLARD Hillard 

Eliiabeth 284 

Esther 280 282 

Jonathan 280 

Lucy 280 284 

Luther 284 

Meriam 73 

Minor 73 

Phebe 281 2S5 

PoUy 285 

Richmond 285 

S&muel 281 

Susannah 280 
Hills tee HiU 
HILTON Joshua 244 



HIWCKLBT Icbabod 73 130 
HINKMAN Daniel 199 
HINSDALE Henadala 

3W 

— Rev. Mr. 30 3i 

Barnabas 219 320 

Catherine 320 

Chloe 320 

Daniel 320 

Elisabeth 320 

Epapbras 320 

Ksra 219 

George 219 , 

Hannah 219 

Horace Seymour 320 

Jacob 219 

Ix>is 219 

Luoina Campbell 320 

Magdalene 320 

Martha 219 320 

Mary 219 

Phebe 219 

Rachel 219 

Rhoda 219 

Robert 219 830 

Hamuel 219 

Rarah 219 320 

8u«phen 219 

William 320 
mSCOX Mark F. 130 
HITCH Edward L. 49 
HrrCHBORN Hetchbone 

Deborah 150 

Frances 160 240 

Hannah 150 240 

Isannah 240 

Mary 150 

Nathaniel 150 

Richard 150 

Thomas 160 240 
HITCHCOCK Hit«hoocke 

Aaron 216 

Abigail 32 100 216 

Amy 232 

Caleb 32 40 42 45 87 89 90 91 
92 93 94 99 170 171 177 

Charles 173 

David 210 

Deborah 172 

Eleanor 40 177 180 220 

ElecU 42 40 92 99 

ElecU Amelia 89 171 

Eliia 90 103 

Eliia Abba 90 170 

EUiabeth 216 

Experience 222 

Frances Emily tx 

Frank Tenney zz 

Gaylord 94 

Harriet 48 

Julia Anne 93 177 

Mary 45 91 181 

Ruth 48 

Samuel Foot 89 

Sarah 48 

Ub-ases 87 183 
HOAG Abby M. 271 

Benjamin 111 

DorcAS T. 260 

EUiabeth 272 

Enos 271 

Hannah 110 111 

Hannah S. 271 

Jame« Albert 271 

Joeeph D. 266 

Joseph Jonathan 260 

Keiiah "ll 

Levi 110 111 

Maria 271 

Mar>' 256 

Miriam 111 271 

Nathan C. 266 

Phebe 110 
HOBART Lydia 244 



HOBBET MarcarM 3«0 

Reminfton 200 
HOBBS Frankhn Warren xx 
HODGDOIf George E. 248 
HODGE Henry 244 

Rally 244 
HODCESON John 53 

Philip 53 
HODGMAW Fred Qarks xvii 

Merry 2H4 
HOISINGTOIf Ebeneier 280 
281 

EIiial>«>th 281 

Jf>ab 2X0 281 

Mary 281 

Rhoda 283 
Hoit •«« Hoyt 
HOLBROOK Eliakim 73 

Eliaj 73 

EUiabeth 73 

Frederick 73 

Laurinda xl 

Mary Ann 73 

Parme 73 

Rally 73 
HOLCOMB AxxnA 101 

Hannah 100 

Jabei 101 

Lucinda 290 

Nancy 46 

Thomas 183 
Hol^man •«« Holman 
HOLLAND Robert 56 
HOLLIDAY Matilda 309 
HOLLISTER AbigaU 221 222 

Eunice 222 

John 221 222 

JoMph 212 

Mary 212 

Stephen 221 222 
HOLMAN Holeman HoUman 
Holm a $ee alto Homan 

Aaron Johnson 290 295 301 

Abigail 191 194 190 198 200 
203 287 289 293 

Agnes Bell 302 

Alfred L>-man 185 286 299 
304 XX 

AUoe 180 187 189 190 

Alice Louise 300 

AUoe Maria 300 

Almira E. 291 

Almon 291 

Althea May 301 

Andrew Jackson 297 

Andrew S<^lden 29* 300 

Andrew Winslow 292 

Ann 187 189 198 201 280 

Anna 194 280 290 292 299 

Anna Louise 299 

Anne 130 1S5 186 192 194 197 
287 

Annie Louisa 300 

Archibald 290 2M 

Armeda Fidelia 2<>4 

Austin Trowbridge 290 

Benjamin 190 

Benjamin Franklin 295 301 

Betsey 290 

Betsey Rugglea 291 

Blanton 196 

Caroline 298 

CaroUne Eliiabeth 298 

Carrie Almina 303 

Carrie Maud 303 

Catherine 203 

Catherine There«a 300 

C^ile Alexandrine 304 

Charles Edwin 297 299 303 

Charles Henderson 303 

Charles Henry 299 

Charlotte 292 

Clara Adelaide 300 

Clara Erskine 303 

Clara Hemenway 304 



4 



Index of Person* 



lixxv 



HOLMAN cont'd 
Clara Isabel 302 
Cleora Adelaide JoMphioe 

Bonaparte 296 
Cynthia 297 
David Archibald 301 
De Witt Clinton 296 
Diadema 292 
Doris Elisabeth 304 
Dorman A. 291 
Dwifcht Drainerd 298 
Ebeneser 197 198 199 201 203 

287 288 289 290 
Edith 189 
Edna May 302 
Edward 298 

Edward I>wi£ht 298 303 
Iklward Orlando 294 
Edwin 293 299 
EMwin Merrell 300 
Elsiva 296 
Ell R. 294 

Eliphalet 286 292 296 
Elipbalet Eleaser WilliamaoQ 

302 
Eliphalet Lafayette 302 
Eliia Ann 292 
EUsabeth 297 
Elisabeth Caroline 297 
Ellen Agnes 302 
Ellen Jane 294 300 
Elsie Beatnoe 302 
Emma A. 301 
Emma Joeephine 300 
Emmett Edward 302 
Euuene E. 291 
Ford Martin 301 
Frank Foster 303 
Frederick Aug:ustua Churoh- 

iU803 
Frederick Ralph 303 
George Edwin 303 
George Washington 302 
Gilbert Roeait^r 295 
Hannah 191 194 198 199 200 
Harriet Amelia 299 
Harry Stanley 300 
Helen 189 298 
Henry 186 186 189 293 299 
Henry Ralph 297 303 
Hiram Noble 299 
Howard Bailey 301 
Huldah 290 
Huldah Jane 295 
Ida Louise 303 
Ida May 301 
Ida Pearl 302 
lBaao287 
James 300 

James Henderson 298 
Jane 287 

Jane Elizabeth 303 • 
Jane Moore 299 
Jasper 286 292 296 301 302 
Jasper Eliphalet 297 
Jasper Orlando 295 301 
Jeremiah Jasper 302 
Jerome Bonaparte 296 
Jerusha 297 
Joan 185 189 
John 185 187 168 189 190 191 

192 193 194 195 196 197 

198 201 202 203 286 287 

289 290 293 297 303 
John Adams 304 
Joseph 303 
Josephine 302 
Josephine Stagg 304 
Judson P. 291 
Julia Irene 300 
Julius Augustus 297 
Katharine 202 304 
Kesiah 300 
Ledyard Bimey 296 
lx>ttie Edna 301 



HOLMAN cont'd 
Louisa Maria 297 
Lucia 294 
Lucia Kamamalu SM Lucia 

Mah-Mak-8oo 
Lucia Mah-Mak-Soo 294 
Lucile 3<XJ 
Lucy C^ile 304 
Lula May 302 
Lydia Rebecca 301 
Lydia Bophia 205 
Marcus Augustus 297 
Marcus Eliphalet 293 297 
Margaret 201 304 
Margaret Bell 302 
Maria 293 
Maria Huldah 300 
Maria I>ouisa 297 
Marinda 290 
Martin Van Buren 291 
Mary 186 191 194 195 190 

198 201 287 288 289 290 
293 301 304 

Mary Abby 298 299 

Mary Alice 296 

Mary Caroline 298 

Mary Dwight 298 

Mary Eldora 299 

Mary Elisabeth 303 

Mary Jane 299 301 

Mary Livin^ton 303 

Mary Lovenng vi 

Mary Moore 293 

Matilda 292 

Millard Fillmore 302 

Morgan 185 186 187 188 189 

190 
Nancy 294 298 
Napoleon Bonaparte 296 302 
Nathan Clifford 302 
NelUe 302 
Orlando HaU 298 
PaUenoe 194 197 198 
Phebe 196 
Phebe EUsa 294 
PoUy 291 293 
R. Haywood 302 
Rachel 199 200 289 
Ralph Henry 303 
Ralph Wamner 293 298 
Rebecca 200 
Robert 186 187 189 190 
Rosina Missio 302 
Ruth 201 288 289 290 301 
Ruth Colbum 304 
Ruth Nancy 295 
Sabra Emeline 291 
8aUy 292 293 
Sally Ann 295 
Samuel 190 191 194 196 197 

199 200 202 2^13 287 288 
289 290 292 293 304 

Samuel Bell 302 
Samuel Dwight 293 298 
Sarah 198 201 286 296 
Sarah Ann 296 302 
Sarah Basford 298 
Sarah Elisabeth 295 299 
Sarah Enama 302 
Sidney Theodore 300 
Sophia 293 
Spencer Madison 300 
Stanley Archibald 300 
Susannah 186 
Theodore Edwin 294 300 
Thomas 187 188 189 190 191 
194 196 197 198 199 200 
201 286 290 203 294 
Thomas Spence. 294 299 300 
Thomas Trowbridge 299 
Trypheila Diadema 297 
Turner 291 

Ulysses Grant Lincola 302 
Vera Pauline 302 
Walt«r Sulvanion 302 



HOLMAN cont'd 

WiU^rt 3<J2 

William 130 186 1R8 202 287 

William AllMft 298 

William Durao 130 

William Henry 299 303 304 

Willi*' 300 
HOLMES AdeUne 106 

Obatliah 224 

Rarhel Haven xxxvl 
HOLT 103 

Clariua 103 
HOLTON Bethia xJ 

Klihu Dwight xl 

KIW-n xli 

Henry xl 

Henry Dwight xxz xl 

Isaac xJ 

Joeth xl 

Joseph xl 

Nancy xl 

William xl 
HOLWELL Anna Margarvt 83 
85 

Heater 85 

James 85 

John 85 

John Zepbaniah 85 

Martha 85 
HOMAN ses aUo Holmaa 

John 196 

Mary 196 
HOOK Francis 156 
HOOBLER — Dr. 179 

Abigail 101 179 

Chester Harris 95 

Hannah 221 

JoM»ph 308 

Lucina 223 

Martin 221 

Nathaniel 30 38 46 05 101 

Thomas 4 
HOOPER Hest«r 232 

Thomas 226 
Hoorde »94 Hord 
HOPE Robert 276 
HOPKINS Anne 39 

Mary 222 

Sarah 219 

Stephen xlviii 

Thomas 39 
HOPPER Joan 232 

Robert 232 
HOPSON Mary 287 
HORD Hoorde 

John 135 137 

Margaret 137 

Margery 135 137 

Thomas 133 
HOSKINS Hoaksos Hoskin « 

32 178 

— Mrs. 181 

Abel 30 40 

Abigail 45 

Alethea 34 46 05 

Betty 174 

Chloe 101 

Ds>'id 31 

Eli 31 34 39 89 177 

p:iiiabeth 30 

Emily 95 

George 102 

Gurdon 33 

Henry 168 179 

Hitty 101 

Increase 33 170 

John 30 

Ix>vice 102 

Martha 170 

Matt« 39 

Olive 103 

Pharoiina 42 175 

Rhoda 33 

Thomas 30 

Timothy 32 33 



Ixxxvi 



Index of Persons 



HOSKINS cont'd 

Z«bulun 174 W.-i 179 

Zilnah C. 180 
HOSMER Anna 101 
HOSTFORD JciuMs 37 
HOUGH — Capt. 97 

Kdrnund Rice 97 

Emily 104 

Hannah 305 

Levi 104 

I>evi Addinon 97 

Barah KlisalM^th 97 
HOUGHTON GeoFRe Clarke 

XX 

Ghorton 244 

Samuel 244 

Sophia 244 

Wjlliam I. 244 
HoUMO §ee Howcn 
HOWARD Asa 73 

Benjamin 130 

Daniel 73 

Daniel S. 73 

Deliverance 130 

Dilana 130 

Grace 73 

Grant 73 

Harvey 130 

Hephxibah Damon 244 

Hoxekiah 130 

Joseph 73 130 

Mary 73 

Melinda 130 

Orrin 73 

Priftcilla 130 

Ruby 73 

Samuel 73 130 

Samuel D. 130 

Sarah 130 

Sarah Sylphina 291 

Stephen 73 130 

Suaan 130 

Thomaa 130 

William 244 
HOWE Edward WiUard vii 

Louisa 300 
HOWES House 

Asenath 73 

Ebenexer 130 

Elijah 73 

Elita J. 207 

Elizabeth 73 

Eunice A. 104 

Florence Conant viii 

James 73 

Nancy A. 106 

Prince 130 

Priflcilla 130 

Ruth 290 
ROWLAND Ann Mercy 112 

EUiabeth 11 13 10S 

Job 27 

John 11 13 xzxviii 

Mary 27 

Rebecca 27 

Ruth 10 11 13 

Sarah 26 27 

Thomas 22 27 
HOWLET EraeUne 105 
HOX Hannah 260 

Nathaniel 260 
HOXIE Hoxaie 

Abigail 111 113 

Anna 111 

Clark 23 

Cornelius 23 111 

Cynthia 114 

David 114 

Eliza 114 

Hannah 16 114 

Helen Maria 114 

Ira 114 

Isaac 114 

Joshua 114 

Stephen 23 111 113 



HOnS cont'd 

HuMn 114 

Zrlxilun 21 
HOYT Hoit 

Albert Harriano 9 

Anna 316 

Betaey 316 

Catherine 310 

Clement 151 

Daniel 316 

Klizalxah 313 

KUen zli 

Elhiworth 200 

Esther 290 

Ezra 316 

Hannah 215 316 

Hattie 290 

Henry 290 

James 215 

Jeruflha 310 

John 290 

Mary 211 294 

Pamela 316 

Phebe 316 

Polly 316 

Rachel 151 

Sally 316 

Sarah 313 310 

Seth 316 

Seymour 316 

Simon 316 

Thaddeus 316 

Thomas 211 

Uriah 316 

Wallace 290 

Walter 290 316 

Zerubbabel 316 
HUBBARD — Dr. 97 

Aletbea 45 89 95 

Alvan 97 

Alvin 43 88 92 93 94 95 96 176 
181 

Alvin Seymour 96 

Anna Sophia 91 103 

Asa 31 34 40 46 89 171 179 
185 

Augustus 34 170 

Bennonah 34 

Bishop 31 44 45 94 179 

Brainard T. 107 

Charles Henry 97 

Chloe 88 

Clarissa E. 49 

Dana MHics 95 

Denison H. 97 

Donison U. 47 

Dolly 31 

Dorcas 259 

Dorothy 177 

Doeitheus 182 

Dothe8eus41 88 

Drusilla 47 93 

Edward D. 97 

Eleanor 11 44 91 

Eliza 103 

Elizabeth 214 

Emily 46 95 104 

Emma G. 107 

Eunice 214 

Flavy 89 

Francis 175 

Frederick 33 183 

Georjce 31 213 214 222 

Gideon 214 

Hannah 30 42 44 102 260 

Harriet 96 105 

Hector 103 181 

Henr>' 49 

Isaac 73 

James 95 

James E. 107 

Joab 101 180 

John 31 100 171 181 182 

John Flawel 89 

John Newton 94 



HUBBARD cont'd 

Juha 45 

Juliana R9 102 

Juliana Matilda 95 

I^amitt«a 103 

I^ura 40 

I>emuel 2S3 

I^estcr ti«ymour 97 

I.evi 44 02 94 95 102 

I>evi Smith 94 

I^iaa90 

I>ouisa 92 

Lucy Davis 91 

lydia 214 

Nfabel 100 

Maria 103 

Martha 48 95 

Mary 103 141 281 282 

Mary C. 47 

Mary Cornelia 94 

Mercy 214 222 

Mitty 99 

Nancy 43 91 

Nathan 45 94 95 00 103 180 

Nathan Pxlward 95 

Nathaniel 31 33 46 47 88 104 
174 175 177 183 

Oliver 41 87 88 89 90 91 

Oliver Kelloc* 89 

Orinda 103 

Orinda Pamela 94 

Orrin 43 88 173 

Pamela 47 

Polly 100 

Rachel 100 

Rhoda 105 

Richard 214 

Roger 33 

Ruth 101 

Sally 45 93 103 167 180 

Samuel 96 214 

Sarah 42 45 46 104 173 214 
283 

Sarah ^fa^ria 94 

Simeon Edwards 90 

Sophia E. 107 

Submit 40 

Susan 179 

Susan Hosmer 45 

Susan I. 47 

Susan Jane 95 

Susannah Hoemer 89 

Tamar 41 

Thankful 214 

Theodore 169 174 

Thomas Jefferson 90 

Timothy 30 33 42 167 173 17» 

Trumbull 45 94 105 

WattJi 280 28 1 

Wealthian 41 44 102 

Wealthy 88 

William 56 
Huchinson •#« Hutchinson 
HUDSON Anna 105 

Charles 201 

Eraamus D. 47 

Henry 175 

J. Clare 60 

Martha 47 

Mary 287 

Reliance 201 

Wi lliam 105 
HUES Jemima 244 

John 244 
HUGFORD EUzabeth 211 
HUGGINS HugingB 

Abigail 2S5 

Da>-id 280 

Elizabeth Iviii 

Hannah 2S0 

Jonathan 285 

Lucy 280 
Hugh Lupus Count Palatine of 
Chester $ee Chester Count 
Palatine of 



Index of Persons 



Ixzxvii 



HULL Em«ry 305 
Hannah 78 
John 195 
Lvdia 305 
Nfaria 6 

Mary Amanda 305 
HUMPHREY Humphry Hum- 
phrvB Humpy 
— Dca. 98 
Amaciah 39 
Ann 103 
Asa 180 
Charles 36 
Charlotte L. 61 
Chloe 43 93 105 181 
Cordelia 96 106 
Diana Everett 98 
Elihu 39 
Eliia Emelin« 07 
Eliiabeth 39 
Emeline E. 107 
Flora 45 88 103 
George 50 51 93 
Goodwin 51 
Goodwin S. 49 
Goodwin Sheldon 96 
Hannah 44 
Harriet 88 
Hector Francis 93 
Henrietta 96 
Henry 96 
Jamea 198 
Jonathan 37 
Laura Maria 96 
Lorana 39 

Lot 36 43 46 88 96 168 184 
Lyman 44 48 93 94 95 96 97 
Mahalah 100 
Martin 39 
Mary 47 
Mary Ann 47 94 
Mary Helen 96 
Melissa 103 
Noah 37 
Rhoda 319 
Richard 228 
Samuel 103 
Sarah 37 
Seymour 96 
Sophronia 51 
Susannah 39 
Trumbull 168 
Trumbull Lvman 93 
HUNGKRFOI^ Mercy Ann 

129 
Hun nafo rd t ee Hannaford 
HUNNEWELL Jamea MelvUle 

y vii 

HUNT Abigail 99 
Frances Emily xx 
Isaac 99 
James Porter 93 
John A. 93 
Jonathan 13 
Ruth 13 
HUNTER Abigail 283 
David 284 
Dorothea 60 61 
John 106 
Lucy 285 
Lydia 284 
Mary 283 
Mary A. 106 
Robert 60 
Thomas 283 
William 283 
HUNTINGTON Abigail 117 
Andrew 73 
Deborah 73 
Horatio 218 
Jane 73 
Jeniaha 73 
John 73 74 117 
Jonathan 218 
Joseph 218 



HUNTINGTON cont'd 

Joseph W. 105 

Julia 105 

Kcl>ecca 218 

Roger 21H 

Samuel 73 

Sarah 21H 219 270 

Simon 218 

Sujiannah 21H 

Thankful 73 74 117 

Wealthian 218 
HURD Heard 

Anna 101 

Hetacy Hugglea 291 

C. M. 2«l 

Charlie Frank 292 

Deborah 78 

George Molancthon 292 

Jainen Milton 291 

Joseph 291 

Joseph M. 291 
. Louisa Doe 291 

Mary Myrtilla 292 

Matilda Victoria 201 

Sarah 291 

Sarah CIreen 291 

Sarah LucUa 292 

Stephen 291 

Thomas B. 101 

Th omas Marwden 291 
HURLBURT Hurlbut 

David 213 

JeMC 35 

Jofliah 35 

Ruth 213 
HUSSEY Aaron 272 

Abigail 256 

Abijah 258 

Albert Gardner 264 

Albert I'. 273 

Almira C. 266 

Andrew Austin 264 

Anna 262 264 

Anna A. 271 

Batchelor 254 

Bethia 254 

Christopher 2f>5 269 

Daniel 254 

Deborah 254 260 

Ebeneter 264 

Elijah 260 

Eliiabeth 261 265 

Eliiabeth Jane 266 

Ellen R. 266 

Emily 273 

Eunice 254 265 

Franklin 273 

George 264 

Hannah 244 254 260 265 269 

Hanson 260 

Hephiibah 254 

Hiram 261 

Huldah 254 261 268 

Isaac 254 273 

James 254 258 264 265 266 

Jedediah 2G1 

John 258 265 272 

John C. 265 

John Hubbard 272 

John Meader 266 

Joseph 265 

Judith 261 

Lucy 254 

Lvdia 260 

Margaret 254 

Maria 273 

Mar>- 258 200 269 272 

Mar>' B. 271 

Mercy 260 264 268 

Mercv A. 273 

Miriam 254 2tV) 264 

Moses 272 
Obadiah 261 

Paul 2S4 265 269 
Peace N. 273 



HUSSBT eoot'd 
Pelatiah 2«4 273 
Pet«r 254 
Phebe 254 258 2U 3A8 

PriiirilU 200 

Re»,ecca 254 

Ilel>ecca Jao« 2M 

Khfxla 201 

Kirhard 244 

Huth 2M 202 273 

Samuel FotljergUl 264 

Sarah 254 201 ^65 270 271 

Sarah Hayes xli 

Sibyl 2m 

Simeon 260 

Stephen 254 260 261 

Sylvanus 254 272 

Temperance 204 

Temperance B. 265 

Thankful 264 

Timothy 260 272 

Timothy B. 271 

Walter 254 

William 254 258 265 270 271 

William Penn 271 
HUSTED AbigaU 314 

Andrew 313 

Anne 313 314 

lietsey 313 

Hannah 313 

Jonathan 313 

Morris 314 

Nancy 314 

Nathan 313 

Peter 313 314 

Polly 314 

Samuel 313 314 

Thaddeus 313 314 

Thomas Seymore 314 
HUTCHINSON Huchin«)n 

Hutchendson Hutcbensoo 
Hutchinaoo« Hutchinaonnd 

12 

Agnes 60 61 

AUoe 60 61 63 

Ann 58 62 

Anne 60 61 63 136 

Beatrice 61 

Bridget 60 

Charles 63 

Christopher 57 58 61 62 63 

Daniel 63 

E>orothea 60 

Dorothy 67 

Eliiabeth 60 61 02 

Ellen 62 

Frances 63 

Francis 61 

George 62 

Gerard 60 

Grace 62 

Henry 63 

Hester 61 

Isabella 61 

J. R. 223 225 

Janet 60 61 

John 51 60 62 63 
Jonathan 100 

Margaret 61 62 C 

Margery 61 62 

Maria 61 

Mary 62 63 

Nabby 100 

Rachel 62 

Richard 60 63 

Robert 61 62 63 

Roland 61 
Susan 62 63 
Thomas 57 58 61 62 63 
William 51 57 60 61 
HUXLEY Eliiabeth 221 222 
Jared 223 
Lois 223 
Margery 223 
Mary 223 



Ixxxviii 



Index of Persoiu 



HUXLEY cont'd 

Momm223 

Harah 223 

Teriy 223 

Thomaa 223 

Zilnah 223 
HYDE Catherine H. 12« 

a. M. 126 

Nancy 120 

IBBITSON Robert 150 
ILSLEY Almira 84 

Knoch A4 

Inaac 86 
INGERSOLL Aiub*h 7i 

Hannah 216 

John 216 

Richard 74 

Thomaa 74 
INGHAM Alpheua 102 

Beulah 102 
ISHAM AbigaU 130 

Gurdon 130 

Harriet A. 130 

Miriam 74 

Oliver K. 74 
IVES Eliia H. 74 

Elisabeth 74 

Nathaniel 74 
IZANT Martha 292 

Sarah Luella 292 

Hilaa 292 

Walter 292 

JACKSON Jaok«one Jackaonne 
JaosoD 

Andrew 7 

Georice &8 

Haonah 28d 

Henry 65 

Japhet 286 

Lucy 286 

Lydia 286 

Martha 86 

Martha Bennett 10 

Mary 68 

Michael 286 287 

Orynthia 16 

Perec 286 

Peter 184 

PoUy 286 

Richard 68 

Thankful 287 

Thomas Jefferson 10 

WUUam 62 86 
JACOBS Jacob 

Garrie Holmee Vamey 245 

Keaiah 220 

Richard 188 

Zalmon L. 130 
JACOBSON Ane 130 
TACOBUS Donald Line* 78 
Jacson «M Jackson 
JAMES Anne 232 

Jesse 74 

Juliet E. 74 
JAQUES Amo« 130 

Amoe W. 130 

Mary 130 
JARVIS Elisabeth 216 

Esther 314 

Hannah 216 

Hannah Owen 216 

IsabeUa 216 

John 216 

I^vinia 216 

Martha 216 

Mary 216 314 

Munson 216 

Naomi 216 

Polly 216 

Samuel 216 

Sarah 216 

Sej-mour 216 

WiUiam 216 314 



JEFFERSON Thomas 7 
JENKINS Charles E-lward 270 

Content 257 

Content C. 268 

David 78 

I-Mward 264 272 

Klraser 103 

Klijah 266 204 270 

Kliia 103 

Klitatx^th 266 2(V4 

Hannah 20 

Hannah 8. 273 

James G. 2.'>8 

Jemima 258 

Jushua 260 204 

Joshua Brown 270 

Lydia 267 

Mary 78 270 

Mary Elisabeth 270 

May Ix)uise Rice 79 

Mehi table 266 264 

Merriam 264 

Nathan 264 

Pbebe 204 

Rhoda E. 272 

Rynold 267 

Sarah 204 

Sibyl 264 

Simon Steven 270 

Stephen 258 

Wifiiam 264 
TENKS William 107 
JENNINGS Anna M. 47 

David 14 

Jonathan 130 

MindweU 130 

Sarah 14 
JEPSON Abi«aU 270 

Abner 262 

Abraham 270 

Anna 259 

Cynthia 272 

Elijah 270 

EUsabeth 262 272 

Huldah 270 

Jedediah 262 

John 202 

John William 272 

Judith 201 202 

Lois 262 

Lydia 262 270 272 

MarKaret 262 

Mary 262 272 

Oliver 202 

Phebe C. 272 

Samuel 270 

Sarah 267 270 

SoviAh 272 

Susannah 262 

Timothy 270 

W^Uliam 270 273 
TERAiD Pollv 28,S 
JEROME Amasa H. 50 

Jason 169 

Lucy T. 60 107 

Roxy L. 60 

Timothy G. 60 
JESSE EUsabeth 320 
JEWELL Jewel 

Christian 28 

Elisabeth 28 

Jonathan 22 28 108 
JEWETT Jewet 

Addie VUlette 296 

Arthur Star 296 

Austin 74 

David 74 

EUsabeth 74 

Hephsibau 295 

Homer Curtis 295 

Ira 74 

James R. 74 

Jennie E. 74 

Lucretia 295 

Lydia Sophia 296 



JEWETT cont'd 

Martlia Jane 295 

Myron Hlar 295 

Winnie May 295 
JOFFRE Joseph Jawjues C^ 

saire xlv 
John of Gaunt Duke of Lan- 
caster tM I.Ancaster Duks 
of 
Johns •«« Jones 
JOHNSON Jonsonos 

104 

Abel 286 

Abial 201 

Abihail 201 

Alfred 70 r rii riii Ix x li rril 

Anna 202 

Anna Augusta ix 

Annie M. 130 

Asa 202 

Benjamin 201 203 

Bethia 201 

Calvin 201 

Charles 182 

Content 201 

Daniel 130 

Ebeneser 202 

Edward Crosby xx 

EUsa Ann 348 

EUsabeth 27 

Emma G. 107 

Esther 201 

H. P. 130 

Hannah 283 

Health 130 

Isaac 201 

Jane 202 

Jasper Q. 130 

John 130 301 

JoMph 201 

Lewis 201 

Lurandas 130 

Magdalene 64 

Margaret 301 

Martha Tappan slii 

Mary Chase rlii 

Patienoe 201 

Pe««y 201 

Randolph 130 

Rebeooa286 

Rhoda 302 

Rufus 130 

Ruth 130 301 302 

Samuel 244 

Sarah 104 301 285 

Susannah 14 

WiUiam 302 

WiUiam Treby xiii 
JOHNSTON AlezazKlsr 345 

Ann 246 

EUsabsth 345 

Francis C. 245 

John 245 

Mar>- 245 

Mary Barrett 245 

Susan 242 345 

WiUiam Henry 3i6 
JOLLIFFB Job-fl 

EUsabeth 180 

Humphrey 188 

Joan 186 189 

John 180 

Susannah 180 

WilUam 185 190 
JONES Johns 

Abraham 300 

Alexander 106 

Amanda 307 

Ann 215 

Anna M. 105 

Betsey 315 

Cassina May xxi 

Ebeneser 215 

EUsabeth 257 

Lissie Ealeaor u 



Ind^x of Perions 



bnodx 



Snr 
JOY 



JOITES cont'd 
M»tt BujihnoU vii 
Rachel 315 

8u«an Amanda 304 

Runannah 306 

William EUia 80 
Jonaonnn «m Johnson 
TOPP Kenneth B. 245 
JORDAN Jordon 

Ann Maria xlir 

Olirer xlir 
JORGSNSEIf En<ebor« M 

120 
J09LIN Joalyn 

Edmund 74 

Edward Henry 74 

Eaek 130 131 

Lvdia 8. 130 

Martha 74 

Marvel 74 

MinenrA L. 130 

Roxana 74 

_8j)racue Urana 131 
Beatrioe xlr 

Elisabeth 235 

Franklin Lawrence xxx xlr 

Jeannie B. xlv 

John D. W. xlv 

John H. ilv 

Marie Louia« n 

Melinda 50 
JUCCY Mary 154 
JXJDD Amoa 220 

Anthony 220 221 

Benjamm 220 

Betaey 221 

Elisabeth 220 221 222 

Enoch 281 

Haimah 221 281 

Isaac 221 

Job 221 

John 220 221 22Q 

Keiiah 220 

Lucy 220 

Lydla220 

Mabel 220 

Mary 220 

Mehltable 220 

MeliaaaOS 

Mercy 220 

MoUy 220 

Nancy 40 80 183 

Naomi 220 

Phineafl 220 221 

PoUy 221 

Rebecca 221 

Rhoda 210 221 

Root 221 

Ruth 220 221 

Samuel 220 

8elah221 

Sevmour 220 

Bolomon 98 

Susannah 220 221 

Thomas 220 221 

Uriah 220 
JUDSON Peter 175 

KANDALL Sallv 286 
KATTELLE Mary Catherine 

XI 

ELAUFFMANN Christian Hein- 
rioh uLxv 

Louisa zxxT 

Sophia xxrv 
KAZEY — Mrs. 175 
KEE Joseph 283 

Mary 283 
KEELER Abigail 312 

Esther 312 

Hannah 312 

Jeremiah 312 

Ralph 312 

Samuel 312 

Sarah 312 



KEELER cont'd 

Thaddeus 312 

Timothy 312 
KEENEY Keeny 

Angie C. 05 

Anna 201 

Anson P. 74 

EsekiH 74 

J«»eph N. 74 

Josiah 201 

Katie E. 74 

Manila M. 74 

Mary M. 60 
^ Nanoy 74 
K«M»«M« «e« Keyes 
KEITH Abigail 287 

Anne 287 

Betty 287 

Caleb 287 

Eleaser 287 

Holman 287 

Ichabod 287 

Isaac 287 

James 286 

Jane 287 

John Quincy 287 

Joseph 286 287 

Mary 287 

Nabby 287 

Sarah 286 287 

8eth 287 

Susannah 280 287 

Sylvia 287 • 

Thankful 287 

WUliam 287 

Zenas 287 
KELBY WilUam 250 
KELLEY Kelly 

180 

Gertrude 309 
Jane 176 
John 39 

Marcia M. 131 

Maria Catherine 309 

Roger 39 
WUliam 309 
KELLOGG Abraham 318 
Abram 318 
Adeline 131 
Anna 145 318 
AuKUstus P. 131 
Bethia 145 
Caroline Ivii 
Caroline Lavinia Ivii 
Catherine G. 131 
Charles M. 131 
Chaster 145 
E. Frank 74 
Edward P. 131 
Emeline 131 
Eudoeia 145 
Fanny 145 204 
H. 131 
Hannah 318 
Horace 145 205 318 
Hoemer Ivii 
Isaac 318 
Jerusha 318 
John 318 
Joeeph 318 
Lydia 105 145 
M. 131 
Mary 204 
Mary A. 74 
Medad 145 
Orpah 318 
Polly 145 
Porter 204 
Rhoda 314 318 
Samuel 318 
Sarah 318 
Shirley 105 
Sophia 145 
Tiraah 145 
Virgil 318 



KELLOGG eoot'd 

Warrnn 318 
K«lly CM Kelloy 
KELSEY — Mrm. 179 

Aaron 307 

Ellen 307 

Hannah 307 

Hesekiah 174 180 

Lucy 6 

Lvdia 102 

Klary Ann 290 

Oliver 102 

Zarhariah 177 
KELTON Catherine 273 

Hatnuel 273 
KEMP Betsey 151 153 

Pliineas A. 151 
KEMPTON F^iwin 74 

Fanheus 183 

Mellin G. 74 

Harah A. 74 
KENDALL Kendal 

Dorcas 74 

El>eneier 204 

Eliaha 204 

Elisabeth 204 221 

Fanny 204 

George Frederick xx 

Lloyd 204 

Mary 222 265 

Rufus 74 
KENNEHAN Anise 300 

Annie Belle 300 

James 300 
KENT Kent« 

— Mr. 67 

Albert 299 

Albert Emmett 209 

Amelia 204 

Chauncey 204 

Chloe 221 

Daniel 131 322 

Elmore Albert 200 

Lucinda 299 

Margaret 299 

Mary Abby 290 

Melima 74 

Norton Adams 200 

Samuel 74 
KERR Graoe 37 

WUliam 37 
KETCHAM Polly 215 
KEYES Ke<«e 

Deborah 111 

Elisabeth 111 

Idelle 76 

John 111 

Stephen 111 
KIBBEE Kibbe 

Alvan 204 

Austin 204 

Elisa J. C. 204 

Lydia 204 

L>'man 204 

Lyman A. 204 

Mary 204 

Mary S. 204 

Orrin 204 

Ruth S. 204 
KIDD Martha 308 
KIDDER Andr«w B. 163 
KJLBURJf Kilboum 

40 

ElecU 74 

Eva Maria 200 

Violet 40 169 
EILE Chloe 285 

John 285 
KILLEY Hannah 21 24 100 

Isaac 24 109 

John 109 

Judith 21 24 

Marv- 24 28 

Mar>- Coffin 109 

Reuben 21 24 



xc 



Index of Persons 



KILLEY cont'd 

KutJi 24 

Hophiii 24 
KILLOUGH IlenrietU Zahm 

2yK 

KIMBALL Danifll 284 

Kliphalet 285 

Franklin He«d xz 

Hannah 284 

John 2(M 

Mehitable 283 

Nancy 204 

Belinda 285 
KING Kinse 

216 

— Widow 93 

Abigail 99 217 221 222 

Alexander 222 

Ama 102 

Amofl 221 

Amy 44 

Bethia 222 

Chloe 221 

Cynthia 103 

Dan 221 

Delight 221 

Elwncier 221 222 

Eliiabeth 217 221 222 

Emily 93 176 

Eraatus 43 90 

Eunice 221 222 223 

Experience 222 

George 32 151 

Gideon 222 

James 221 222 

John 181 

Jonathan 222 

Joseph 222 

Lucy 221 

Lydia 218 

Mabel 44 93 

Martha 41 216 

Mary 217 221 222 

Miranda 151 

Mofles 46 90 

Ovelie 32 

Ruth 222 

Susan 293 

Thankful 221 

Timothy 41 93 173 

William 93 133 221 222 
KINGSBURY Kingsbery 

171 

Betsey 273 

Catherine 273 

Eleaier 74 

Elisabeth 74 

Enoch 101 

Fanny R. 104 

Freelove 74 

Hannah 47 106 

John 168 177 183 273 

John H. 273 

John M. 204 

John R. 273 

Lemuel 74 

Margaret 273 

Rhodes 273 

RosetU B. 204 

Sidney C. 273 

Wilmot C. 273 
KINGSLEY Caroline 297 

Charles Bliss 297 

Charles Phelps 297 

Daniel Webster 294 

Eliiabeth Caroline 297 

Eveline 294 

Frank Warner 298 

Harry Holman 298 

Helen Louise 297 

Mabel Durant 298 

Marj' Zahm 298 

Mattie Holman 298 

Minnie May 294 

Nellie Holman 297 



KINGSLEY cont'd 

U. 287 

Salome 287 

Walter Childs 298 
KIRBY Silas 109 

Kusannah 109 

Thankful 109 110 

William 109 

KIRK 181 

KIRKHAM Sarah 213 
KIRTON Katharine 153 
KNAPP Knap 

Anna 211 

KlixabeUi 210 211 

Hannah 211 

Israel 211 

Joshua 211 

Martha 211 

Mary 211 

Nicholas 211 

Prudence 211 

Rebecca 211 

Timothy 211 
KNIGHT Ix)ve 6 
KNOLLIN Emily Hayman 



LACKEY Sarah 198 

WiUiam 198 
LADD AbigaU 74 

Amoret C. 74 

Harriet E. 204 

Sarah M. 204 

Warham 74 

William C. 204 
LAFFIN James 183 
LAMB Rufus 178 
LAMBERT Serenne 156 

Tristram 226 
LAMBERTON — Mr. 97 

Francis Maria 97 

Maria H. 48 

Stephen P. 48 
LAMSON Albert Henry r x 

William 162 

William Judson 162 
LANCASTER John of Gaunt 

Duke of 136 
LANE John 183 
LANG Anna Elmira 271 

Anne Margaret zx 

Irany 271 

John Alton 271 

John D. 271 

Louisa L. 271 

Mary Irany 271 

Sarah Elipira 271 

Theodate 271 

Thomas Stackpole 271 
LANGDON Eliiabeth 83 
LAPHAM Abigail 21 

Abraham 16 27 

Benjamin 21 

Daniel 16 27 

David 16 23 27 

Deborah 16 

Elisabeth 16 

Esther 16 27 

Hannah 16 24 

Ira 16 27 

John 16 27 

Joshua 16 24 

Judith 16 

Lvdia 27 

Mar>- 21 

Nathan 108 

Patience 16 

Rebecca 16 

Ruth 21 

Savony 27 

Stephen 27 

William 16 
LARKIN Alfred Otis xxx xxxvi 

Alice Sistare xxxvi 

Ebenezer xxxvi 



LARKIN cont'd 

Mary xizvi 

Rachel Haven xxxvi 

Thomas Oliver xxxvi 
LARNED Chloe 305 

Ellen Douglas 140 

John 305 

Lucinda H. 306 

Oliver Hyke. 305 306 

Sarah Ball 306 

Karah Miner 305 
LARSEN NeU 204 
LATIDIM Chester Adelbert xx 

Krama M. 204 

W. F. 204 
I>athrop •«« Lothrop 
LATIMER I^ttimer 

Abigail 47 97 180 

Abigail M. 103 

Addison 291 

Anson Herman 03 

Bedy 101 

Betaey M. 104 

Bexaleel 30 

Bills 30 

Chauncey 180 

Clara Holman 291 

Clarissa 96 101 106 

E. Levi 171 

Ebeneser 42 87 90 01 02 03 
169 174 175 176 

Eleaier Curtis 01 

Elihu 46 95 96 

Elita 89 103 

Elisabeth 40 174 291 

Eliiur 104 

Ellen A. 107 

Emily Harriet 291 

Emily Susan 91 

Eunice 42 90 102 

Fidelia 290 

Foster 47 

G. 179 

Harvey 87 

Hector 95 176 

Herman 02 175 

Heiekiah 41 44 00 101 171 
177 

Hiram 05 290 

Huldah 290 

Isaac Newton 201 

James Orson 291 

John 180 181 

John I. 103 

John L. 180 

John Thrall 90 

Josephine Adel 201 

Laura 102 

Leicester Filley 00 

I>ester 47 

Levi 42 89 90 91 173 

Levi E. 107 

Lucinda 290 

Lucretia 95 

Lurana Lamira 290 

Mahalah 90 104 

Maria 89 

Marilla 182 

Mary Ann 90 103 

Mary Maria 96 

Mindwell 44 177 

Nancv 89 102 

Orrin'87 90 160 

Pamela 00 171 

Rebecca 41 42 100 

Roxv 100 

Sabra Emeline 290 

William 290 
LAUGHLIN Harry Hamilton 

XX 

LAURIAT Charl<« Emelius vi 
LAWLER Annie Jay 293 

Eleanor 293 

WilU&m 203 



Index of Persons 



LAWMAN Klisa Ann 202 

Henry 292 

Jaiip«r Holman 292 

John 292 

Lenore 292 

Mary 292 
LAWRENCE Amos 40 107 

Carrie L. 124 

Edward Mercy 33 

Elihu 33 

Kob«rt Meana xi 

Sarah 40 107 
LAWTON Abigail 28 
LEACH I.««ch 

Charles E. 204 

Edmund 8. 204 

Eli«ab«th M. 204 

EUa204 

Janet W, 204 

PriacUla 292 

Thomas 62 

Willi. E. 204 
LEAN BeUey M. 104 
LEATH Julia A. 298 
LEAVENWORTH 78 

Abigail 78 

Alice 78 

David 77 

Deborah 78 

Dorman 78 

Edmund 78 

Elihu 77 

Gideon 77 78 

Grace 78 

John 78 

Lois 78 

Martin 77 

Mary 78 

Morse 77 78 

OUve 77 

Phebe 78 

Sarah 78 

Shelden 77 

Thomas 78 
LEAVITT AbihaU 201 
LECHFORD Thomas 51 
LECKLER Catherine 300 
LEE Elisabeth 214 
LEE-MORTIMER Sara WhiU 

70 
Leech $ee Leach 
LEET Elisabeth 282 
L«eving ae« I^eving 
LEGG Richard 227 
LEMONS Jertisha 101 

Samuel 101 
LEONARD Liiaie Leonard zx 

Lydia 213 

Sally xlvii 

S&muel 290 

Sophronia 290 

Theodosia 291 
LESURE Betsey 16 

Elisabeth 114 

Miriam 114 

Simeon 114 
LEVAKE Esther 215 
LEVENS Mary 282 

Peter 282 
LEVERETT Charlotte ilLx 

Daniel xliz 

George Vaamer xxx xlix 1 

Mary E. L. I 
LEVING Leeving Levinge 

Lottice 133 134 135 137 

Thomas 134 135 137 
LEWEY Susannah 286 
LEWIS 320 

AUen 182 

David H. 204 

Eli«a257 

Justus 36 

Nathaniel 36 

Ruth 219 

Sarah 268 



LEWIS cont'd 

Hunan aff KuAannah 

KunanriMh 2M 320 
LIBBY (harlca Thornton ix 
LIGHT B«l*ey 273 

Klisabcth 273 

Hannah W. 273 

Ko»>«rl 243 273 
LILLEY Patrick 177 
LILLIBRIDGK Alice 75 

Harrirt 147 

Ix)well 76 

Nancy 75 

Thomas 75 
LINCOLN Abraham liv 

Lucy 254 

Waldo viii 
LINDSAY IJnsec 

John I). 322 

John William 80 
LITLER Thomas 66 
LITTLE F^lward 37 

Huldah 37 

Milly 37 
LLAWE Thomas 134 
LOCKWOOD 315 

Betaey 315 

Catherine 315 

David 315 

Ephraim 315 

Esther 315 

Hannah 315 

Hesekiah 315 

Isaac 315 

James 210 

Joseph 315 

Lewis 315 

Mercy 210 

Robert 315 

Ruth 315 

Sally 315 

Sarah 216 
LOGAN Adam 273 

Ann 273 
LOLLIE Janet 61 

Richard 61 
LOMBARD Lumbard 

David 143 

George 232 236 

Grace 232 236 

Mary 143 
Ixtmis iM Ixwmis 
LONG Asubah 75 

Jonathan 75 

Sarah 5 

Thomas 6 
LONGBOTHOME Thomas 57 
LOOMIS Lomis Loomiss 

34 180 

Abial 37 

Abigail 33 42 75 166 204 

Abijah 32 34 168 171 

Alfred 105 

Almon 204 

Andrew 36 

Anna 33 42 

Ariel 75 

Benjamin 174 

Charles Bacon 297 

Charlotte M. 104 

Chloe 1S4 

Clarissa 89 101 

Cleora Adelaide Jo«epbine 
Bonaparte 296 

Cynthia 105 

Dan 75 

David 38 168 

Diademia 44 

Dorsey 101 

Ebeneser 36 

Eliakim 36 169 

EUjah 33 34 42 168 177 

EUsabeth 74 317 

Emily 102 • 

Epaphra«204 



LOOMIS cont'd 

Krastua 89 

p:slher 75 

Kunice 33 173 2149 

Eunice Aurelia 02 

Flora 105 

(Jcorge 43 92 

Gidoon 37 

C;race 41 170 

Hannah 179 

Henry 2H8 

Horatio 297 

Huldah 32 

Ichabod 37 

Isaac 35 

Jacob 31 33 34 44 80 172 170 

Jedediah 37 

Jcrusha 40 179 

Joab 31 34 45 94 05 

John 34 

Joaephine Marion 297 

Joaiah 36 

Julia Anna 89 

L. 42 

Ixjiccster 102 

Ix>well 168 

Lydia 40 177 

Nlary 42 74 87 170 171 204 

Mary Ann 297 

Mary Clarke 100 

Molly 99 

Nabby 100 

Nancy 104 

Rebecca 99 104 

Reuben 41 101 160 

Reuben Harrison 95 

Royal T. 75 

Ruth 75 288 289 

Sally 101 

Samuel 38 40 174 

Sarah 167 

Sarah A. 75 

Sarah Ann 95 

Seth 35 

Sibyl 37 

Simeon 36 

Solomon 75 204 205 

Stephen 33 41 167 

Susannah 95 

Sylvester 168 

Thomas 74 

Timothy 43 92 102 

Timothy Dwi^ht 92 

Unisc Bee Eunice 

Wealthian 102 

Wealthian Ann 02 

William 101 

Zcdekiah 38 

Zuba 36 
LORD Charles Edward 77 158 

Elisha &9 99 166 168 172 

Elisha Bidwell 89 

James 179 

I^aura F. 75 

Russell D. 75 

Susannah 99 

Thoodoaia 166 
LORING Anna Powell ix 

Arthur Greene rii 

James Speare 80 

John Arthur 80 

Katherine Peabody 80 

Thomas 11 
LORREY Mar>' Ann 303 
LOTHROP Lathrop 

AbigaU 75 

Alvin M. xlviii 

Annie 75 

Aurelia 74 75 

Clorinda 205 

David 205 

Don F. 74 

Elisabeth W. 204 

EU-ira 205 

George A. 74 



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Index of Persons 



LOTHROP cont'd 

Grant 76 

Hannah 74 204 209 

Uaniukh C. 204 

Harriet A. 74 

Hop« 74 76 

lohabod 74 76 

JamM O. 76 

John 76 205 

John G. 204 

Jonathan 76 

JoMph 76 

Jiutin 76 

Luoy 206 

Maria 76 

Marietta 74 

Mary 76 

Mary Ann 204 

Mary K. 76 

Mercy 76 

Nathaniel 76 

PoUy 75 

Prudence 76 

Rachel 75 

Kebeooa 75 

Rowland 204 205 

Ruth P. 75 

Solomon 76 

Sophia 76 

Waflam 74 75 204 

S^bulun 75 
LOVBTT Anna Ekin jIv 

Caroline xlv 

George Sidney xlv 
LOWELL Abigail 273 

Ebeneser B. 273 

George 273 

Hamet I. 273 
LOWRY Enuly Isabel 165 

Mary Ann Clark 165 

Robert 165 
LUCAS Lucua 

Lucy 285 

Nancy 301 
LUCE Albert R. 114 

Albon 114 

Anna 114 

Aurelia 114 

Fanny 114 

Israel 114 

Jane 114 

Jeremiah S. 114 

Jonathan 114 

Joseph 114 

Joshua 114 

Josiah 114 

Juliet C. 114 

Juliet E. 74 

Juliet G. 114 

Mark 114 

Mary E. 114 

Mercy 114 

Priscilla 114 

Rhoda 114 
LuouB a«e Lucas 
Lumbard «m Lombard 
LYNCH EUen Agnes 302 

Jeremiah 302 

Margaret 302 
LYNDE Lyndes 

jg^ 

Lydia 210 
LYON Lyons 
Aaron 305 
Abi«aU305 
Alvin305 
Amanda 305 
Amelia Eunice 305 
Ajttdrew 312 
Betsey 308 
Catherine Cecilia 305 
Charles Treat 305 
David 305 
David A. 305 
Esther 305 



LTON cont'd 

Frederick Denison 305 

Gilbert Miner 3<J5 

Jerre308 

John 114 

Mary 114 211 305 308 312 

Mary A. 305 

Marv Amanda 305 

I'ruJonce liarger 305 

Seth Augujtua 305 

Sophronia 114 

MAAS laidor I. 296 

Katharine Lucile 295 

Martin 295 
MABKR Mary 232 
MACARTY Maccarity 

Francis 286 

Martha 286 
McCALL Samuel Walker xvii 
Maccarity $ee Macarty 
McCAUSLAND Alexander 291 

Eliiabeth 291 

Sarah Hylphina 291 
MacClean tee Mclyean 

McClelland Elizabeth HoI- 

man 304 

Margaret 304 

Margaret Smiley 304 

Melinda 304 

Koljert 304 

Robert Smiley 304 
MacClen tee Mclyean 
McCORMICK Margaret Ra- 
chel 310 
McCOY Mary 292 
McCRATE Ann S. 274 

John D. 274 

Sarah 274 

Susan a. 274 

Susannah 274 

Thomas 274 
McCULLOUGH Hugh Uv 
Maccumber tee Macomber 

MACDANIELS 175 

McELWAIN Ida Eloise xxxi liii 

James liii 

John Allen liii 

Susan liii 

Timothy liii 

William liii 
McFARLAND Jennie May 311 

John 311 

Nancy 311 
McGUIRE Elisha Whipple xx 
MACK Emma J. 205 

Frank P. 205 

Haiel Ladd 205 
McKENNEY McKinney 

Elisha 274 

Jane R. 274 

Sophronia 274 
McKJLNLEY William xlix Iv 
McKinney te« McKenney 
McKUNE EUxabeth 305 

Esther 305 

Robert 305 
McLEAN MacClean Macclean 
McClean MacClen Mao- 
clen M'Lean MaoLean 
Meclain 

AbicaU 106 

Allyn 167 

Archibald 30 

Betsey Goodwin 42 

Harry 46 101 175 176 

Hector 29 

Henry 106 

James 184 

John 32 34 41 171 178 

Lauchlan 29 30 33 

Ix>chland $*« LauchUn 

Lucy 33 

Margaret 101 

Sally 34 



McLRUf oont'd 

Sarah 41 176 

Susan H. 106 

HuMnnah 46 101 
McMAilON McMah*n 

Anna Holland 274 

Elisabeth Donnell 274 

Terrenoe 274 
MACMASTBR Anns xxxvi 

JaIIl^• zxivii 
McNEAR KUiabeth 274 

George W. 274 

James 274 

John 274 

Rebeoca274 

Robert 274 

Sarah T. 274 
MACOMBER Maocumbar 
Makcumber 

Caleb 17 21 26 27 

l-:sther 26 27 

Rachel 26 
McPHERSON A. H. 206 

Caroline A. 206 

Cljo^ence 206 

M. M. 205 
MACY John 232 

Susan 232 
MADEIRA Albert P. (Mrm.) xlv 
MAKER James 170 
MAINE John L. 205 

Sarah 205 
Makcumber ««< Macomber 
MALCOLM Ernest E. xx 
MALLERY Culver 101 

Herbert 17 111 

LeAh 16 

Rhoda 101 
MANLEY Manly 

320 

Asa 35 

Calvin 37 

Daniel 38 

David 38 

Flavel 37 

George 30 35 37 38 

John 38 

Martin 38 

Pamela 09 169 

Pearlley 38 

Russell 169 

Ruth 37 

Shubael 30 

Wilham 37 38 170 171 
MANN Charles Edward vi 
MANNING Andrew 114 113 

Caroline 114 

Elisabeth 115 

Gurdon 114 115 

Lydia 206 

Ruth 114 115 
MAN WARING Charles WU- 

liam 222 
MARBURY Anne 136 
MARCHB UlaUa 142 
MAUCY Anne 141 

John 141 

Sarah Ml 
MARDEN Philip S^niord 231 
MARKAME Augustins 66 
MARKES — Mr. 176 
MARSER Thomas 53 65 
MARSH 317 

Abram 205 

Betty 283 

EUsabeth 317 

John 317 

Jonathan 29 317 

Joeeph 283 , 

Luoina 316 317 

Mary H. 205 

Miriam 317 

Nathaniel 317 

Rhoda 206 

Sarah 317 818 



Index of Persons 



xcm 



MARSHALL Marahal Manhsi 
A, 172 

Alexander 30 39 109 
Anna 211 

Carrie Maud 303 
Frank White 303 
Hamlet Hir fiS 

Ilolman Thompeoo 303 

laaao Hill 303 

Jane Elisabeth 303 

Jeeeie Amee 81 

J(Miah 37 

Lvdia 43 90 171 

Maria 103 

Mary 30 

Mercy 99 

Noah 37 

OUver 170 

ReubeSO 

Ruth 39 00 102 

Samuel 29 108 169 174 

Zeruiah 30 
MARSTON Oilman Iv 
MARTHBR WiUiam 109 
MARTIN Martyn 

Charles William Parker zz 

Emily 301 

George 17 

Joeeph Franeifl 301 

LotUe Edna 301 
MARVIN Elihu H. 205 

EUxabeth 209 210 

Oeorse Ritchie rii 

Hannah 209 

Loia 30 

Mary 210 

Matthew 209 

Sarah 313 

Thomaa 30 
MASON Abigail 194 

Anne 194 

Ebeneier 115 194 

Hannah 310 

John 83 194 310 

Joeoph 194 

Lucinda 16 

Lydia 310 

Mary 194 195 

Ralph 194 

Rebecca 177 

Samuel 15 194 

Thomaa 194 

Zipporah 116 
MA^BY John 284 

Lucy 284 
MATHER Allyn 181 

Amanda P. 274 

Cotton 155 223 liii 

Eliaha 100 

Elisabeth 35 

Esther 100 

Hannah 184 

Nathaniel 36 

Samuel 181 

William Cotton 274 

William L. 274 

Zilpah 223 
MATHEWSON Dearborn 115 

Maria W. 115 
MATSON Edward 37 

John 38 

Kesiah 38 
MATTSSON Matterson 

Alvira 140 

Deliverance 25 

Elisabeth 17 

Hiram 140 

Job 26 

Lydia 17 25 

Price 140 
MATTHEWS Albert 248 

Lucretia 284 

Nathan v vi 
MAXFIBLD LUIian May zxi 
MAY Elisabeth 170 



MAYHEW Matthew 2f)2 

ThomM 2U2 
MAYNARD Sophia 140 
MAYO 152 

rhftjx) 151 

MAZUZEN Elisabeth 221 
MEACHAM Meachem Me- 
chcni 

Agnes 175 

Harnahna 293 

(Catherine 70 

Joseph 70 

Margarot 293 

Mary 293 

Titus 172 174 176 
Mciwicalf lee Metealf 
MEADER Meeder 

Charles 257 

Elisabeth 272 

John 272 

John Joseph 272 

Joseph 257 

Joseph Hanson 257 

Joshua 269 

Mary 257 203 209 

MehiUble 257 

Mercy 257 

Phebe 209 

VRlentine 257 
MEAKINS Joseph 288 
MEANS Anne Middleton 70 xx 

Jeannie B. xlv 

Robert 47 79 
Mechem «e« Meacham 
Meclain ie« Mcl>ean 
Medcalf $ee Metealf 
Mo«»der «e« Meador 
MELL Henry 56 

Thomas 56 

William 56 
MELLEN GrenviUe 84 
MELLUS May Gardner xvi 
MELTON Edward 53 

John 53 

Philip 53 

W^illiam 62 53 
MERCHANT Clarissa 291 
MERRIAM Frank 250 

John McKinstry viii 
MERRICK OUve H. 115 

Samuel 115 
MERRILL MerrU 

Asa 100 290 zxxv 

Asa Baldwin 289 

Clarissa 90 100 

Daniel xxxr 

Edgerton xxxv 

Eldad 318 

Eleaser 37 

Eli 90 

EUsabeth 35 200 

Frederick James Hamilton 
xxxi xxxv 

Hamilton xxxv 

Hamilton Wilcox xxxv 

Horatio 50 

Israel xxxv 

Jared xxxv 

John xxxv 

John Leverett 152 

Ixjuisa xxxv 

Louise Edgerton xxxr 

Moses 35 36 37 39 

Nathaniel xxiv 

Rachel 30 

Rachel FideUa 289 

Ruby 205 

Ruth 39 

Sarah 318 

Winifred xxxv 
MERRITT Anna 200 

Bert Howell 206 

Charlotte May 296 

Eugene Turhan 206 

Franklin Wiiliama 29« 



MKRRITT cont'd 

Frrd Holman 200 

Hrt.hiibah 205 

Hul'iah Jane 206 

Jetwufl Sophia 200 

I>ewia Howell 200 

MaUlda 200 

Maud R. 200 

Minnie Antoinette 906 

Nap<jlron B. 205 

Nellie L. 206 

Sarah Elisabeth 200 

Thomas AUwrt 2^>0 
MESSENGER Katharine 38 
METCALP Meadcali Medcalf 

Abiel 205 

Amelia 205 

Anna Sophia 103 

F:<iward 103 

Matthew 57 68 
MILPORD Ann 157 
MILK Dorcas 84 

JainPA 84 

MILLARD 168 

MILLER Amanda 08 

Ann 291 

Anna 46 80 105 

B<!njamin 144 

Betsey 178 

Catherine Cecelia 306 

p:dward 104 

Emily 104 

EphraJm 92 

Frederick 205 

George 00 

Hector 104 

Henrietta Zahm 208 

Henry 183 

Ichahod 35 

Ida Ixjuise Farr 70 vi zl 

Jacob 201 

Julia 00 105 

Lavinia 104 

I-ucy 220 

Lucy Hannah 00 

Margaret 308 

Mar>- 47 01 105 144 

Marv Zahm 208 

N. l\ 07 

Nancy 305 

Nancy H. 100 

Nathan F. 100 

Robert 305 

Sahara 35 

Sampson 188 

Samuel 274 

Samuel Carroll 208 

Sarah 108 

Sarah Green 201 

Solomon 98 

Starr 97 

William Fowler 40 41 44 87 
88 92 98 99 160 170 

William Starr 89 
MILLS Amanda 47 49 07 100 

Ammi 49 104 180 

Annette W. 60 

Antoinette 106 

Betsey 33 

Eli 31 33 

EUhu 46 47 97 101 102 172 
176 178 184 

Elijah 160 

EsekieJ 39 

Esra Hajrden 97 

Frederick 20 

George 31 40 50 97 08 100 

Gideon 20 

H. 172 

Hannah 35 40 100 171 

Hiram Roberts 08 

Huldah 101 172 

Joseph 35 

Mary 08 

Mary J. 100 



XCIV 



Index of Persons 



MILLS cont'd 

Mary U. 50 

Miriam 102 176 

Nabby Griawold 99 

Fatty 40 

Pelatiah 29 39 40 

I'hiDelopa 35 

Rebecca 104 

Roger 31 33 

Rufua 33 

Sally 31 

Samuel 39 

Samuel I. 106 

Samuel J. 60 
MIKER Minor 

100 

Abi«aU 102 

Alonio GUbert 309 310 

Anna 306 

Anna Mary 310 

Austin 306 309 

Betsey 308 

Carroll Alonio Lyons 310 

Catherine tee Katharine 

Charles Elbert 309 

Charles Frees 311 

Charles Henry 310 

Clarence Horatio Gilbert 310 
311 

Coral Henry 311 

Daisy Gertrude 311 

Edgar Samuel 309 311 

Elbert 308 

Elbert Spencer 311 

Elisabeth Shepard 308 

Ells Grace 311 

Ellen Matilda 309 

Elnathan 288 

Emily Holman 309 

Erwin Avery 311 

EtU Alice 310 

Frances Maria 309 

George Edward 309 

Gilbert Prentice 309 

Gilbert Smith 306 308 

Handel Pond 311 

Hannah 306 

Harriet Pond 310 

Hattie Luella 310 

Henry Austin 309 310 

Iva May 311 

Jennie May 311 

Jennie Pond 311 

Jerre Lorenio 309 

Katharine 288 304 306 

Leroy Matthew Simpson 311 

Lillian Eugenia Sophia 310 

Lucy H. 309 

Manasseh 288 

Maria Catherine 309 

Martha 305 

Martha Asby 311 

Mary 305 307 

Mary Elisa 311 

Mary Jane 309 

Mary Pomeroy 310 

Mary Richards 308 

Mina 311 

Nancy 307 

Nancy Melissa 309 

Nathan 288 304 

Olive 308 ' 

Olive E. 309 

Relief 309 

Richardson 288 304 

Rosay Eliiabeth Amanda 310 

Sally 288 304 

Samuel 288 

Samuel Elbert 308 309 

Samuel Haven 309 311 

Samuel Holman 305 306 

Sarah 2S8 304 305 306 

Sarah Elizabeth 308 

Shirley Gardner 311 

Sibyl Amanda 310 



MINER cont'd 

Sophronia Augusta 308 

Thomas 2K8 

Thomas R. 30H 

William Avory 310 311 

Williji Hav«-n 310 
MINOT J.wM-ph Graflon vi 
MINSHEW Thomas 133 
MITCHELL Anna 287 

John 287 

Mary 287 

Nahum 201 
MITCHELSON Susannah 310 
MIX 98 

— Mr. 95 96 

Clifton H. u 

James 98 

Sibyl 220 
MOFFAT Moflett MuflTet 

Charles Denny xxxvii 

Charles Todd xxxviii 

Earle Mortimer xxxviii 

Ella Bowman xxxviii 

Emily Hayman xxxvii 

Eva Ix>uise xx 

Frances Pamela xxxviii 

Frances Smith xxxviii 

Grace Emily xxxviii 

Jeannctte Todd xxxviii 

John Fletcher xxx xxxvii 
xxxviii 

JoBoph xxxvii 

William xxxvii 
MOLDS Samuel 236 
MOLINEAUX Mullineux 

Elisabeth 157 158 
James 157 
MONCK Clement 56 
MONROE James 76 
MONTGOMERY Mount- 
go[mery 
Ebsabeth 305 

Frances 156 
John 156 
MOODY Adonijah 318 
Anna 318 
Anson 318 
B. Maria 50 
Cyrus 60 
E. E. 98 
Ebeneser 318 
Edmund E. 60 
Elisft H. 50 
Emerson 49 98 
Epaphras 318 
Ermina 50 
Lucina 318 
Lucy 318 
Mary 49 315 
Mary S. 50 106 
Roxalina 318 
Sarah 317 318 
Silas S. 50 
Sylvanus 50 
Zerviah 318 
MOORE Moor More 
Alice Medora xx 
Amy 205 
Anna 47 97 
Anna F. 104 
Arannah 35 
Betsey Plume 97 
Charles W. 205 
Chester 47 182 
Chester N. 104 
Chloe 39 
David 35 
Dorcas 205 
Eben 173 
Elisha 39 90 
Elisabeth 37 214 
Esabell tee Isabel 
Esther M. 104 
Fanny 102 
Hannah 36 



MOORE cont'd 

Harnrt 102 

Harriet Amelia 299 

Harriet L. 126 

Helen KrMannah 97 

Henry 35 

Howard P. 248 

Isabel 00 

Isabella 274 

James 205 

John 248 274 

Lydia 100 290 

Mary 293 

Mary Aon 88 

Minerva 47 

Robert 205 

Ruth 217 

Sarah 205 

Sarah Adelia 302 

Seth 37 

Simon 36 

Susan Jane 07 

Thomas 42 87 88 00 174 

William 100 205 299 

William S. 274 

William W. 205 

Zulima 42 
MOREAU Charles Combault xxi 
Moredock tee Murdock 
MORGAN Benjamin D. 115 

Charles 38 

Elisabeth K. 115 

George D. 115 

Georgiana C. 115 

Lavinia 144 

Mary 115 

Mary McUan 115 

Peggy 115 

Thwla 38 

Wh«v<l.-r 115 
MORGENSON Annie M. 205 

ChaHie 205 

Mary 205 

Peter 205 
MORIARTY George Andrew. 

51 223 240 v vii x xv xix 
M orison tee Morrison 
MORRILL Morrel Morrell 
Abraham 257 269 
Alexander H. 272 
Anna 255 265 269 
Archales L. 272 
Asa 265 

Benjamin Winslow 255 
Comfort 255 257 
Daniel J. 272 
David 255 268 272 
Elisa 257 

Elisabeth 255 261 269 
Ephraim 267 
Ephraim L. 267 
Guly Elma Maria 255 
Hannah 254 255 269 
Hannah Rogers 267 
Hope 255 
HoraUo 8. 272 
Jacob 255 
James A. 272 
Jedediah 255 260 
John 254 255 
John E. L. 272 
Jonathan 255 
Kesiah 254 
Levina 255 
Lydia 255 266 260 
Mary 255 267 
Mary E. 267 
Merriam 254 
Nahum 269 
Nathan 267 
Peace 254 
Peaalee 255 
PelaUah 255 
Peter 255 
Peter Winalow 255 



Index of Persons 



xcv 



MORRILL cont'd 
Ruth 254 255 267 

Sarah 255 257 258 260 260 

Barah K. 272 

8t«pheD 255 

Suaannah 255 258 263 207 272 

Tbadiious 272 

Thaddoua C. 272 

Theodate 255 

ThoniHB 255 

Timothy H. 274 

Vienna G. 272 

William Pepperill 256 

Winthrop 258 207 

Zerviah 267 
MORRIS Dorcaa 15 

Jane 2Q5 

Nellie Maria xx 

Sarah 15 

Seymour 209 312 

Thomaa 15 
MORRISON Moriaon 

Aaron 284 

Eda284 

Elisabeth 62 

Mary G. 253 
. Thomaa 62 
MORROW Jennie B. xxx lix 

John B. lix 

Margaret B. lix 
MORSfi Moraa Moas 

181 

Abigail 284 

Amasa 147 

Deborah 78 

Delia Martha xx 

Esther 219 

John 281 284 

Juliana Perkina Hi 

Mary Ann 147 
MORTON George W. 115 

Mary J. 115 

Mary Jane 115 
MOSELEY Moaely 

Charles William vi 

John 143 

Miriam 143 

Samuel 194 199 
MOSES Aaron 319 

Aaron Seymour 319 

Aaenath 319 

B. 174 

Benoni 37 

Darius 319 

Elnathan 37 

Huldah 104 

John 35 319 

Lucy 301 

Martin Levi 319 

Norman W. 104 

Rachel 319 

Rhoda 35 319 

Sarah 29 319 

Seymour Aaron 319 

Susannah 319 

Timothy 29 166 319 
MOSHER Deborah 306 
Moes tee Morse 
MOTT Mary Ann 297 
MOULE Thomas 185 
MOULTON Edith Lorraine xx 

Jennie Silver xlvii 
Mountgomery am Mont- 
gomery 
MODNTJOY Blount Walter 
Baron 136 

Blount William Baron 136 
MOUNTJOY Mary 199 
MOWRY Blanche Swett xlW 

Caroline Eliia xlvi 

Daniel xlv 

Gideon, xlv 

Hannah xlv 

John xlvi 



MOWRY cont'd 

Jonathan xlv 

Juaeph xlv 

Nathaniel xlv xlvi 

Richard xlv xlvi 

Ruth xlvi 

Wait«r H. xlvi 

William Augustus xxix xlv 
xlvi 
MUDGB Marie Ix>ui8e xx 
MufTet tee Moffat 
MUHLENBERG William Au- 

KUfftua xxxvii 
MULICEY Mary 282 
Mullineux tee Molineaux 
MUMPORD Nancy 42 89 
MUNDAY 216 

Sarah 216 
MURDOCK Moredock 

John Andrew 115 

Joseph Ballard xx 

Lucy Ann 115 

Samuel R. 115 
MURPHY James 310 

Mary May 310 
MURRAY Albert N. xx 

John 105 

Lydia 105 

Patrick Henry 309 

Rosella Elisabeth 309 
MYGATT Elisha 177 

Mary 319 
MYLLETTE Richard 55 

NAPPER Alice 186 

John 186 
NASH Ansel 47 104 

Eunice 47 

Sarah 283 317 

Sophronia K. 47 
NEALE Neal NeaU 

56 

Asa M. 257 

Betsey 269 

Bridget 62 63 

Caroline 274 

Catherine 267 

Comfort 255 257 

Edwin 274 

Elbridge 274 

Elijah 255 257 259 

Elisabeth 256 257 259 

Enoa H. 257 

George 259 

Hannah W. 257 

Hiram 257 259 

Isaac 257 

James 256 257 259 

John 56 57 58 60 61 84 257 

Katherine 60 

Louisa 257 

Lydia 257 259 

Lydia Louisa 257 

Lydia N. 257 

Margerj' 68 60 62 

Mary N. 257 

Nathan 257 

Peter M. 257 

Philip J. 257 

William 62 
NEARING Neerin« 

A. H. 184 

Ahasel 42 87 90 90 

Albert G. 47 96 105 

Asabel 89 97 

Asabel Henry 89 

Asahel H. 47 103 

Emily Graham 97 

Harry 181 

Hector 184 

Hector Latimer 97 

Heman Loomis 90 

Henry ThraU 97 

Hesekiah 181 

Julia 46 00 



NEARING MDt'd 
Mana 80 

Mary Ann 47 48 07 103 
Melixa 87 
MuUy 42 00 
Nancy A. 105 
Polly Van 80 
NEAVENS Anna 145 
NEEDHAM Content 184 
NMring tee Nearing 
NEFP Manvera B. 205 

Kozana 205 

Z«'bijlun 205 
NETTLETON Hannah 210 

Jo««-ph 210 
NEWBURY Newberry 

(Jhauncey 03 

Dolly 100 

Klisa 183 

Kliia Arora 02 

Frederick 30 43 87 02 03 100 
172 183 

Oeorjte 87 

Harnet 105 

Henry 88 

Huldah 03 

James 101 181 

Mary 43 100 172 

Mary A. 105 

Mary Ann 47 88 

Rachel 49 

SaUy 101 

Susan Aurelia 92 

Thomas 30 170 
NEWCOMB Almira 115 

Anna 115 

Anna Turner 115 

Bethuel Merritt xvi 

Cordial 115 

Frank B. 115 

George B 98 107 

Hiram 115 

Laura 115 

Loren 115 

Maria T. 115 

Mary 115 

Samuel P. 115 

William C. 115 
NEWELL Newel 

317 

— Rev. Mr. 32 

Dinah 223 

Hannah 219 

James 223 

Jerusha 223 

Mary 283 

MchiUble 223 

Nancy 317 

Samuel 94 

Simon 223 

Thomas 223 
NEWHALL Mary 161 
NEWHOUSE Sophia 107 
NEWMAN Elixabeth 186 
NEWTON Hiram Camp 87 

Isaac 43 87 

Katharine Lucile 205 

SEC 295 
NICHOLS Nickels NicoU 

Abner 263 

Ann 219 

Ann Elnura 263 

Anna 261 

Caleb 263 

Charies 263 

Comfort Hoa« 201 

Dav-id 264 

Dorcas 262 263 

Elisabeth 253 

George 261 263 

Hannah 263 264 274 

Hannah Elisabeth 203 

Humphrey 248 

Irene xlix 

Jane 274 



VOL. Lxxn, 



24 



XCVl 



Index of Per8on$ 



IflCHOLS cont'd 

John 203 

Joseph ». 203 

J(j«hua Mcador 201 
Mary 204 271 274 283 
Mary C. 203 

Octavia 274 

Pheb« 203 

Rebecca 203 

Robert 2K4 

Samuel 202 203 271 

Sarah 217 257 204 260 271 

StephoD 203 

Tabitha 2H4 

Thomaa 204 

William 274 275 
NIGNIE Dolly 104 
NILES Clariwia 307 

Clariaaa Orton 307 

EU>ert Sanford 307 

Ellen Maria 307 

Emma A. 307 

FrancelJa Mary 307 

Freedom 300 

Freedom Hale 307 

Hannah 300 

Hannah Cornelia 307 

Horace Samuel 307 

James 307 

Louisa 307 

Lucy Tucker 300 

Mary Jane 307 

Nancy Lavinia 306 

Olive Ann 307 

Oliver Perry 307 

Samuel 306 

Sarah 307 

Stephen Brainard 307 
NIM^ AbisaU 80 
NISBET Niflbit 

Hannah 17 

Robert 17 23 110 111 112 
NOBLE Nobles 

EUsabcth A. 115 

HenrietU Maria 294 

Hiram Benjamin 294 

James R. 115 

Lucia Mah-Mak-6oo 204 

Lydia 317 

Mary E. 115 

Mary Jane 299 

Naomi 220 

Wilbur W. 60 
NOOK Judith 258 
NORCROSS GrenviUe How- 
land x-vi 
NORRIS Albert Lane ix 
Mary 12 
Ruth 115 
Samuel 115 
Samuel Martin 115 
NORTH Aaher 220 
Betaey 220 
Hannah 219 
Isaac 220 
James 220 221 
John 211 219 220 
Lvdia 220 
Martha 220 
Mary 211 
Mercy 221 
Rhoda 221 
Sarah 220 221 
Susannah 220 
Thomas 219 220 
NORTHROP Sarah 115 
NORTON EUxabeth 217 218 
Frances 01 • 

Huldah Lavinia 300 
Isaac 218 

John 61 214 217 218 
Julia 275 
Lydia 275 
Mary 223 
Nathaoial 276 



NORTON ooDt'd 

Pheb« 283 

lUchard 275 

Kuth 217 

Sarah 218 
NosLxand van am Van Noa- 

trand 
NOYES Almira 84 

h:dward Deerin« 84 86 m 

Oeorge Freeman 86 

lUley 86 

Manan86 

Peter 84 

Wadsworth 86 
NUrr Charle. 81 
NUTTER Adeline 276 
NUTTING Cati»erin« Elisa 

xxiir 
NYE Abigail 205 

Amy 206 

Anna H. 205 

Annevery 205 

Asenath 205 206 

Austin 205 

Charlotte 205 

Ebeneser 115 

Eliiabeth 205 

Hetekiah 205 206 

Jerusha 205 

Samuel 206 206 

Sarah 206 

Susan 200 



O'BRIEN 



184 



Matthew 182 
ODBERRE Odbcr 
Alice 186 189 
Robert 188 
ODKLL Isabella 216 
O'DONALD Mabel 160 
OGDEN Eleanor H. 106 
Erakine D. 106 
Sarah 320 
OLCOTT Jedediah 30 
Josiah 37 
Penelope 37 
Sarah 30 
OLIVER Mary iiivi 

Thomas iixvi 
OLMSTEAD Adelia liii 
Alma Leonora liii 
Alonson liii 
Elisabeth 219 
Hannah 219 
James 216 210 
Joseph 219 
Nicholas 219 
Sarah 216 
OLSEY George 57 
ORCUTT Caroline Sabrina 147 
Carrie Brooks 147 
Frank 147 
Jennie Elisa 147 
William Howard 147 
O'REILLY Mary Boyle 158 
ORMEROD George 131 
OSBORN Osborne 
Abigail 312 
Charles 182 
Esther 257 268 
OSMOTHERLAIE Isabella 61 
OTIS Chandler 307 
Charles Gilbert 308 
Cordelia Swift 308 
Frances Emmaline 308 
George Holman 307 
Marian 308 
Mary o07 

Mar>- Elisabeth 308 
Phebe 307 
Stephen 307 
OTTO Anna 299 
George 299 
Mary 299 



OUTT Dolly 294 

James Franklin 294 

John 294 

MinriM? May 294 

!'».«•(« Kh«a 294 
OWEN Elisabeth ap uuii 

Klvan 36 

Margaret 293 

Nathaniel 36 38 

Itichard ap xxzii 

Robert P. 276 



PaddeahaU tm 
Paduihall sm Patt 
PAGE Anna 261 

f:iara P. 276 

Clarii^i Payaon 276 

Daniel 2U6 256 270 

David 270 

Enoch 266 270 

Hannah 270 

Harriet N. 270 

Isaiah 264 

James Goddard 264 

John 264 

I>evi43 

Levina 270 

Lydia 270 

Mary 256 207 270 

Pamelia 206 

Phelie Cobb 264 272 

Ruth 256 264 

Samuel 266 204 275 

Sarah 270 

Sarah Jane 270 

Wdliam Cobb 264 

Zeruiah 256 264 
PAGETT Katharine 60 
PAINE Everett xx 

Nathaniel 248 

Thankful 115 

Timothy 115 
PALMER Parmer 

177 217 



Anthony 206 

Betivy 172 

David 283 

Edward Augustus xx 

Esckiel 30 171 

Flora 104 

Helen AngusU 200 

Israel I. 104 

John 115 

Jonathan 30 176 

Lydia Howard 206 

Oxias 37 

Ruth 115 

Samuel 37 

Sarah 280 283 

William Lincoln 79 

Zekiel •<« Etekial 
PARIS Parries Partis Perris 

Caleb 17 26 

Elkanah 23 

Graoe 17 23 26 

Hannah 23 

Phebe 17 

Thankful 17 
PARISH Parriah 

EUxa M. 206 

Jeremiah 206 

Jeniaha 305 

Lydia 206 
PARK Parks 

Delight 221 

Francis Robert rx 

Lawrence \-ii 
PARKER Alma 308 

Alpheus Brown 308 

Augusta Cornelia 308 

Benjamin 251 

Bethuel 99 

Eunice 99 

Flavel 308 

Hannah 231 316 



Index of Persons 



xcvii 



PARKER coni'd 
Harvey Dniry U 

John 251 

Jonathan 251 
KendaU 251 
Mary G, 253 

Mercy 220 

Molly 220 

Mo««a Greeley 261 252 253 
iix Iz 

Nancy Mari« 11 

Peter 251 

Ralph 316 

Rufua 220 

Ruth 283 

Theodore 251 

Theodore Edaon 253 

Thomaa 251 

Tituii 220 
PARKHURST John L. 275 

Pemifl G. 275 

Thomaa 159 
Parks tfe Park 
PARMELE Charlotte May 296 

Harriet 296 

KeulHDn 296 
PAR M ENTER Jamee Parker 

77 vii viii xv 
Pamier'je« Palmer 
Parries §m Paris 
Parria •«« Paria 
Parrinh tee Pariah 
PARSONS Paraon 

180 

Abiah 99 

Ann W. 49 

Anna 32 168 

Anna W. 106 

Anna Webster 95 

Anne 43 178 

Arthur Daniel 98 

Betsey 46 48 104 

Bishop 45 96 181 

Bishop C. 102 181 

Bishop Case 89 

Chandler 91 

Clara Ellen zz 

Claudius Dwight 96 

Cornelia Smith 50 

Daniel 93 94 

Daniel L. 44 95 96 

Daniel Latimer 88 

Edward Rutherin 94 

ElecU 45 91 103 

Eliia 100 

Eunice 101 

Eunice Philena 93 

Fitaroy 50 

Fitzroy (Mrs.) 50 

Fitzroy Brainard 96 

Gurdon 31 

Hannah 99 

Henry Woolcot 91 

Hezekiah 32 34 43 46 50 87 88 
89 98 99 103 169 172 178 
179 

Hezekiah Wheeler 93 

James 31 33 

John 49 

John Keep 96 

Jonathan I. 96 104 

Jonathan Trtimbull 45 87 

Katharine 46 

L. 98 

Lamira 89 

Lavinia 102 

Lavinna 47 

Lovice 102 

Lovisa 88 

Martha Sophia 96 

Mary 45 

Mary Bissell 87 

Mary C. 104 

Mary Eliza 96 

Nathan N. 104 



PARSONS cont'd 

Nathan Nelson 87 

Oliver 33 

Pelauah41 43 88 80 01 03 »4 
173 175 

Pelatiah Ixirenao 03 

Rozy 41 43 101 

Ruth 46 103 

Sophia 45 102 

KuAan 44 

Husan Camilla 93 

Hylvia 102 

Trumbull 46 

Try])hena 43 102 

Wealthian 43 102 

Wealthian Amelia 94 

Wealthy A. 49 

William 45 

William K. 47 

William Kelsey 91 

William Webster 101 
PARTRIDGE Eliza I. 107 

Sanford 8. 107 
PASTON George 135 137 

Susannah 135 137 138 
PATCHET — Mr. 133 
Pateshall a«« Patteshall 
pHtLilial fM Patteshall 
PAT ON Jane Earle iliz 
PATRICK Ama 283 

IJenoni 284 

Hannah 284 

Jane 283 

Samuel 283 
Pattashali <«« Patteshall 
PATTERSON John B. 275 

William Davis viii 
PATTESHALL PaddeahaU Pad- 
ishall PateahaU Patishal 
Pattashali PatteahoU Pat- 
tesstall Pattiahall 

Abigail 155 156 

Ann 156 157 

Edmund 153 154 155 156 

Edward 154 156 

Elizabeth 157 

Francea 156 157 158 246 

Jane 156 157 

John 154 155 

Margaret 156 157 

Martha 153 154 155 156 157 

Mary 154 155 156 157 

Richard 154 155 156 157 

Robert 154 155 156 157 158 

Samuel 154 155 157 

WiUiam 154 155 
PAUL Paull 

Margaret 232 237 

Mary 232 

Thomaa 232 

William 228 
PAULK Ammi 115 116 

BeUnda 115 

Chauncy 115 

David 115 

Edwin 116 

Eliakim 116 

Elisha 116 

Ephraim 116 

Eraatus 116 

Eather 115 116 

Eather Emelioe 110 

Eunice 116 

Grace 116 

John 116 

Juliua 116 

Keziah 116 

Margaret 6. 115 

Miranda 116 

Sarah 115 116 
Paull tef Paul 
PAXTON John 15 

Mary 15 
PAY AN OUrer 180 



PAYSOIf Anna 276 
Het«ev 275 

David 275 

Fxlward 275 

Eliphalet 275 

Khza 277 

Jonathan 276 

Mary 275 

Nancy 275 

Hilaa 275 
PEABODY Francis 156 

Mary 156 
PEAKE Elizabeth 61 

William Woodbouae M 
Pearre •<« Pierce 
PEARSON Catherin. Whit- 

aker zz 
PEASE BaUiaheba 200 

Caliata 8. 206 

Cynthia M. 206 

Francis 228 

Helen 310 

Jemima 206 

Lucy 147 

OtiaC. 206 

Roeetta B. 204 

Ru/ua206 

Rufua H. 206 

Sherbum J. 206 
PEASLEE Anna 259 

Enoch 2.59 

Ruth 256 

Sarah 255 
PEAT Joan 134 

William 134 136 
PEBBLES Aden 206 
PECK 170 

Ikinjamin 17 114 

Cyrus 17 

George 17 

Jacob 17 

Levi 17 

Lucy 17 

Marie 17 

Mary 184 

Meliasa 17 

Patience 17 

Rhoda 217 

Ruth 17 
Peirc^ ifs Pierce 
PENDERGAST M. 8. 250 
PENGUILLY Mary 221 
PENHALLOW Chariea Sher- 
burne 77 zv zzviii 
PENOYER Abigail 215 
PEPPER Elizabeth 141 
PEPPERRELL William Sir 83 

84 85 
PERCIVAL Jamea Oatea 84 
PERKINS Chariea E. 6 

Martha 287 

Nathan 30 31 32 33 35 87 92 

Thomaa Allen 250 

Thomaa C. 6 

William Huntington zz 
Perria <m Paria 
PERRY Daniel B. Ivi 

Edwin W. 300 

Edyth Evolin 300 

Elizabeth 216 

Ellen Maria Iri 

Frank 295 

Joseph 29 

Katharine Lucile 205 

Koziah 287 

Minnie 300 

Russel Chester 02 
PETCHE Thomaa 55 56 
PETER Peters 

C. J. 164 

Hannah Owen 216 

Hu«h 224 
PETIT Mary 215 
Pettebone tte Pettibone 
PSTTEE Chariotte Iri 



xovm 



Index of Persons 



PETTIBONB Petteboo* 

Ab«l 39 175 

Abijah 38 

Anna 316 

BeUey 316 

Biatiop 80 

Daniel 42 80 101 

Dudley 30 

Elisabeth 176 

Hannah 42 ISO 

Harriet 89 102 

Jacob 5 

Jennie 6 

Jonathan 38 

Joeeph 172 

Lucina 30 

Lucy 172 

Lurannah 5 

Lvdia 42 100 

MarRarct 101 

Martha 38 

Polly 30 

Rhoda 101 

Roeanna 100 

Roxy 42 80 100 

Sarah 172 

Suitannah Lorinda 310 
PETTIS Reuben Wellington 
290 

Ruth 200 

Sabra Emeline 200 

Solomon 290 
PEVIS — Mr. 133 
PEW Mary 15 
PHELPS 31 

— Mm. 179 

Aaron 30 166 170 

AbigaU 307 

Abner 174 

Ama 102 

Amoret 116 

Anne A. 104 

AugufltUB 307 

Austin 39 

Betaey 116 

BUdad 36 

Bishop 44 93 94 102 

Catherine 232 

Charles 40 170 180 

Charles Shepherd 81 

Clarissa Orton 307 

CoraeUus 31 39 170 

Edward 103 

Elisha 170 

EUtabeth 116 232 

Emily 93 

Erastus 87 

Eunice 41 99 101 172 

Eunice Maryette 94 

George Bishop 04 

Hiram Goodwin 87 

Humphrey 232 

Isaac 36 38 

Jacob 33 174 175 

Jerxisha 316 

Joab 00 167 

John 116 

John L. 206 

Joeiah 36 

Keziah 99 167 

Lamittea 103 

Lucy 36 88 172 

Lydia 291 

Mary Ann 206 

Matthew 316 

Nabby 102 

Nathan 168 

Nathaniel 116 

OUver 41 87 88 102 172 

OUver C. 103 

Phai«e38 

Phebe 316 
■ Rachel 116 

Rebecca 100 

Sally 103 



PHELPS cont'd 

^amuel 30 

Sarah 319 

Hule 39 

Susannah 30 

Susannah A. 105 

Sylvia Adelia 87 

Theodoaia 36 

Tirxah 174 

Tryphena 36 

Wimara 226 

Zelotes 175 
Philip •«« Phillips 
Philips iee Philhps 
PHILLIMORE WiUiam PhUli- 
more WatU 185 228 231 
232 237 
PHILLIPS Philip PhUips 

Abial 216 

Arthur 61 

Elisabeth 61 

John Woodward 303 

Margaret 137 

Margery 134 137 

Martin 116 

Mary 116 

Mary Elisabeth xxxv 

Rebecca 17 216 

Richard 134 137 
PHIPPONEY Eunice 102 

Henry 102 
PmPPS Joshua B. 275 

Susan F. 275 

William Sir 85 
PHYLER Abigail 34 

Lucy 34 
PIBUS Margaret C3 
PICKETT I»ickct 

AbigaU 210 

Catherine Whitaker xx 

Ebeneser 211 

Elisabeth 211 

Hannah 210 

Jacob 210 

John 210 

Margaret 210 

Thomas 210 
PIE Eleanor 232 

John 232 
PIERCE Pearce Peiroe 

Arthur Winslow rii 

Franklin Iv 

Lavinia 105 

Luther 105 

Rocer 227 
PLERSON Josephine 200 

Julia 206 

JuUa M. 206 

Lyman A. 206 

Melissa E. 200 

Nathan 206 

Newton 206 

Thomas B. 206 
PIKE 182 

Austin Franklin !▼ 

Caroline 275 

Christopher 275 

EUsabeth 275 

Jeremiah 275 

Lydia 275 

W^Uliam 275 
PILLARS Margaret 297 
PILLSBURY Albert Enoch xx 

Helen Pendleton xx 
PINKHAM Elisabeth 268] 
PINNEY Abraham 36 

Benjamin 115 
Ebenever 206 
Chloe 101 
George 232 
Isaac 37 
Joan 232 
Jonathan 36 
Nancy J. 206 
Nancy R. 206 



PIWIIEY cont'd 

Ruth 100 

Saloms 37 

SaralxlOl 

Sophia L. 106 

Susannah 115 

Thankful J 15 
PINSON Ann 232 238 
PIPfTARD John 76 lyiu 
PITKIN Ashbei 288 

Dorothy 317 
PITMAN Isanna 240 

Susannah 240 
PITTS Put 

Catherine 244 

Sarah 244 276 317 

William 244 275 
PLINLY Thomas 108 
PLUMB — Mr. 171 176 

Catherine 320 

Edwin 180 

Ichabod 320 

Isaac 182 

May 170 
PLUBiER Abner 27ft 

Anna 205 

Daniel 205 

John 205 

Mary 275 
POMEROY Abigail 214 217 221 

Asa 217 221 

Benjamin 214 

Daniel 217 

Eliakim 214 

Elisabeth 217 221 

Eltwe«d 214 217 

Esther 100 

Eunice 319 

Experience 214 

Hannah 213 214 217 

John 217 221 

Joseph 213 214 217 

Lucina 217 

Mary 217 221 

Medad 214 217 

Nathaniel 214 217 221 

Noah 214 

Susannah 214 217 

ThankKil 214 
POND Mary Snow 310 

.Susannah 175 
POOL Joahua 275 
POOR Edward E. xx 
POP Hannah 171 
POPE Anna Elisabeth xliii 

Anson Waterman 94 

Charles Henry 80 160 

Cyrus Waterman »4 

Dr>den 04 

Freelove 45 

James Raymer 04 

John 04 

OUve04 

Samuel 45 M 

Sarah 264 

Sibyl 264 

Thomas xliii 

Virgil 04 
PORTER 57 

— Mr. 87 
X)a>Td 37 

I>ysory 200 

Elisabeth 282 

Jessie Alioe riii 

Ludnda & 200 

Margaret 00 

Mary 240 

Stephen 37 
POST Elisabeth 206 
^ Jasaniah 206 

SariUa L. 206 
POTTER Amelia xx 

Bartholomew 140 

Dorcas G. 146 

John W. 321 



Index of Persons 



xcix 



POTTER cont'd 

JoMph a. 321 

Julia W. 107 

LuU»cr 8. 107 

Lutfiun 321 

MftrRftrct 305 
POTTLE a. H. 276 
POTWINE — Ilev. Mr. 32 
POWCOCK Sarah 197 
POWERS Power 

Abigail 283 

Arthur 28 

Del>orah 28 

Exlith Ix>rrainfl xx 

Hannah 21 283 

Thomaa 21 

William 283 
PRATT :- 98 

Abial 201 

Amarilla 98 

Calvin 275 

El)eneB«r 201 

Eliia 103 

Eather 98 

Luther 103 

Lydia H. 275 

Nabby 275 

Nathaniel 98 

Orpah 318 
PREBLE Pxlward 84 

Mary 84 
PRENDERGAST James Mau- 
rice XX 
PRESCOTT Prcacot 

Cynthia 259 

Eliiabeth 259 

Elisabeth Ann 259 

Huldah Elmira 259 

Joaiah 259 

Josiah Albert 259 

Rebecca Jane 259 266 

Silvena 259 

Stephen Alfred 259 
PRESSEY Park 245 
PRESSON Eunice 116 

Susannah 116 

Theodore 116 
PRICHARD Katharine A. 322 
PRINGLE James R. (Mrs.) xx 

Norman 318 

Sarah 318 
PROSSER Amanda 106 

Harriet N. 106 

Jame.1 L. 106 182 

John 183 

Levi 106 
PUDNEY John 224 
PUNCHARD Edward Oscar 
xxxi li lii 

Emma 111 

John li 

Julia Arabelle lii 

Nancy Maria U 

Samuel li 

Thomas li 

WUliam li 
PURDY Julia 308 
PURINTON Purin«ton 

Benajah262 

Chase 112 

Elisabeth 260 

Huldah 262 267 

John 262 

Lydia 112 

Peace 262 

Ruth 112 

Ruth H. 112 
PUTNAM Anne 101 280 281 

Daniel 280 281 

Elizabeth 284 

Philip 101 

Rufua 292 
PYNCHKON WUliam 190 



QUARITCH liemard 82 
OUIMBY Mary A. 106 
QUINCY Ann 201 

Danirl 201 
QUINN AM James 276 

Mary 276 

RADLEY Alfred De Shon Ui 

Kinma lii 
RAITHBECK Raithbecke 
Kaithbie Haitheb«rke 
Ratbbecke lUthebecke 
Routhbecke 

Ann 61 

Anna 61 

Anne 56 60 

Bridget 61 62 

Dorothea 61 

Dorothy 56 57 58 

Edward 61 

Elizabeth 61 02 

Emeta 61 

Eaabell •«< Isabel 

Frances 56 61 63 

Isabel 60 

Isabella 61 

James 56 58 60 61 

John 60 

Katharine 60 61 

Marjcarst 56 60 61 62 63 

Mane 63 

Robert 56 57 58 60 61 62 

Thomas 56 57 60 61 63 

William 56 61 62 
RANDALL Aaron Ferry 142 

Caleb 17 

Caroline 306 

Catherine Holman 306 

Emma 306 

Eugene Shelton xx 

Gilbert 306 

Hannah 17 

Harriet NeweU 306 

Henry S. 276 

Isaac 17 

Ixjuisa 306 

Lydia 17 

Mary Robison 306 

Mary Stickney viii 

Richardson Miner 306 

Sally 286 

Sarah 306 

Snow 17 22 

Stephen 306 

Stephen Judaon 306^ 

Susan Amanda 306 
RAJiLETT RAndlett Ranlet 
Rundlet Runlet 

Ann Maria xiiv 

Charles xliii 

Charles Everett xxx xliii xliv 

Charles Oliver xliv 

Cynthia xliii 

Elizabeth Bond xliv 

Elisabeth Frances xliv 

Frederick Jordan xliv 

James xliii 

John xliii 

Susan Alios xliv 
Ranolda m« Reynolds 
RAPSEY Elizabeth 232 

WilUam 232 
RASLE S^basUen 84 142 
Rathbecke tee Raithbeck 
Rathebecke sm Raithbeck 
RAWDIN Erastus 206 

Mary 206 

Ruth 206 

Samuel 206 
RAY Elgiva 296 
RAYMOND Alfred C. 98 106 

John 210 
RAYNE Josephine Elisabeth 
riii 



READ Rsed 

Abic»il 110 

Abijah 37 

Alezander 116 

Ii«ulah b«Mais 310 

Clarencs Robert 310 

Dorinda 110 

Fnijah 38 

Eliza 110 

EltsaUth 18 

Eunice 110 

George 310 

Giltxrrt Eugens 310 

Harriet A. 110 

Helen 310 

Horatio V. 110 

Isaac 38 

Jacob 37 

Uura E. 110 

Lillian Eugenia Sophia 310 

Lydia 116 

Mal>el 216 

Margaret Rachel 310 

Mary May 310 

MehiUble lie 

Mercy 116 

Memll Aloazo 310 

Merrill Pease 310 

Nathaniel H. 116 

Polly 116 

Roxana 116 

Samuel 116 

Shubael 116 

Vina B. 116 

William 116 
REAVELEY Chariotts Jans TVJ 
RE DER Sarah 11 
REEBB Henry 90 

James 90 
Re*>d »*« Read 
REEVES Asahel 291 

Emily Harriet 291 

Lvdia 291 
REMICK Charies Iviii 

Elizabrth Iviii 

Lvdia p'emald Iviii 
REMINGTON Abi«aU 214 

Da\'id 282 

J«ieph 2Q3 

Mary 293 

Sibyl 282 
Renala •«* Reynolds 
R^nolds »e« Ritynolds 
REVERE Rivoire 

A poll OS $e4 Paul 

Deborah 156 

Isaac 156 

Paul 156 

S<«renne 156 
REW John 211 

Margaret 211 
REYNOLDS Ranolds Rsnals 
Renoldz 

157 

Elizabeth 157 158 

John 18 27 

Jonathan 211 

Joshua Sir 85 

Martha 27 

Mary 18 27 

RebeccA211 

Robert 134 

Rufus 18 27 

Sarah 284 
RHODES Rhoades Rhoads 

Ass 17 25 28 107 108 110 111 
112 

Betsey 17 

Christian 17 28 

Clarissa 17 

Hannah 17 28 

Joanna 28 

Jonathan 17 

Joseph 28 

Lucy 25 



Index of Persons 



RHODES cont'd 
Mary 17 28 

Nftth&n 17 M 

Neliion O. xx 

lUchel 17 

Sarah 28 
RICE Aufiuatuj 140 

Cheater 99 

Edmund 70 

Eather M6 

Harriet 140 

Harriet Pond 310 

John 140 

John Brooka 140 

Katharine 140 

Lucius Eli 140 

Lucy Maria 310 

Luke 100 

Mary Snow 310 

Moaea 140 

Nancy A. 100 

Pamela 99 

Patty 140 

Samuel 310 

Seth 140 
RICH Bet*ey 298 

Elect* 285 

John 285 
RICHARD n of England 130 
RICHARDS Abigail 222 

Abraham 222 

Asa 222 

E. T. 97 

Ebeneser 222 

Eliiabeth 222 

Gideon 222 

John 222 

Mary 222 308 

Noah 222 

Obftdiah 222 

Samuel 222 

Sarah 222 

Thomaa211 222 

Timothy 222 
RICHARDSON Asa 309 

Asa Verne 309 

AufUBta xiz 

BeUiia284 

Cynthia M. 206 

David 18 

Edwyl Emeat 310 

Eliaabeth 285 

EtU May 309 

Fanny Mina 310 

Flora Alma 310 

France* Maria 309 

George Ana 309 

George Miner 310 

Horatio J. 310 

John 69 

Lemuel 110 

Lothrop 110 

Marvin 200 

Mary M. 207 

Phebe Ann 309 

Rachel 110 

Rhoda202 

Ruth 202 

Sibyl Amanda 310 

Sophia 310 

Stephen 202 

Tabitha 284 

VinaB. 110 

William 206 207 280 284 285 

William Streeter v W vii xiv 

Winslow 202 
RICKARD Rebt-cca 12 
RICKER Abram L. (Mra.) liii 
RICKETSON WUliam 248 
RIGBY Abigail 190 

Isabel 196 

John 196 
RILEY Angeline 302 

Lula May 302 

Stilv&nioa 302 



RINGLE Addie Vlllette 295 

Daniel 295 

Franria Marion 205 

Jane 205 
RIPLEY Lydia 282 

Belinda 285 

William 2M) 281 282 
RISING Abigail 80 

Joniah 80 
RISLEY lUida 203 
Kivoire •«« Revere 
UobVxTta tre Roberta 
ROBBINS Dana Watkins xz 

Rowland Ames xx 

WUliam Alfred xx 
Robearta •«« Rol>flrt« 
Rol>en«on «#< Uobinaon 
UolKTiKin if« Kobimton 
ROBERTS Hobberta Robearta 

— Widow 181 

Ann 37 

Anna 99 

lienjamln 203 289 

Caroline 97 

Chester 101 

Dorothy 202 

Ebeneier 144 

Elixal>eth 250 

EUzabeth T. 105 

Emily 97 

Erastus 32 90 100 170 

Eraatua 8. 105 

Kraivtua Seymour 90 

EHther 101 

Eunice 99 

George Bidwell 97 

Harriet 101 

Heiekiah 32 

Hiram 47 97 181 183 

Hiram Bidwell 181 

John 37 

JuUa M. 105 

Katharine 202 

Lemuel 179 181 

Ivemuel G. 105 

Lois 100 170 

Lydia 30 259 

Mary 174 181 

Mar>- J. 106 

Mary Jane 97 

Mindful 30 

Nathaniel 30 32 169 174 

Olive Iviii 

Oliver 99 

Paul 30 

Polly 47 97 

Rhoda 175 

Samuel 32 

Sarah 283 

Sarah Ann 97 

Sarah Elllen Iviii 

Stillman Killgore Iviii 

Submit 144 

WiUiam 202 
ROBINSON Robeneon Robor- 
eon Robertson Robeaon 

ISO 

Abigail 305 

Adaline D. 276 

Amanda Melvina 305 

Anna P. 98 

Anna W. 106 

Asenath 270 

Betty 263 

Charlea Edward 98 

Daniel 112 207 269 

Daniel E. 207 

Dwight 'X)7 

Eluah 207 

Eliiabeth 269 

Giles 207 305 

Gurdon 207 

Hannah 112 

Jacob 117 

Jam«8 26d 



ROBINSON cont'd 

Jamea C. 98 100 

Jao«202 

John 112 

John Wilmot 270 

Lucy 207 

Lvdia 203 

Mar|taret 202 

Mana Hugbea 207 

Mary 2f>3 

Morgan Lewis 305 

Peter 183 

H. 100 

Hally 207 

Rarah 203 

Sylvina 270 

Thomas M. 117 

William 191 270 

Wilmot W. 270 
ROBY Mary Catherine xx 
ROCK I,v.iia 105 
ROCKWELL — Mr. 179 

Adeline 100 

Ann 147 

Anne 100 

David 101 

George 290 

John C. 100 

Lucy 101 

Marinda 290 

Mercy 281 

Rorwell290 

Samuel 147 281 

Spencer 2*X) 
ROE Alfred 8eelye 81 

Daniel 221 

Ruth 221 
ROGERS Aaron 201 

Abner 200 268 

Alice Medora xx 

Anstrua 260 

Betaey 209 

Charlotte xlix 

D. C. 162 

Deborah 200 

EUsabeth 15 200 

Eunice 99 200 287 

George 200 

George W. 268 

Hannah 259 260 

Huldah 261 

Isaac 255 

Jennet 268 

John 261 209 

Levi 201 

Lydia 255 -260 

Mary Warren 208 

Miriam 255 260 

P. K. 162 

Patience 261 

Paul 256 260 208 

Phebe 260 209 

Phebe Jan« 16 

Presley 15 

Sarah 260 

Sarah Haley 208 

Thomas 200 
ROGGENDORP Catherine 300 

Catherine Thereaa 300 

John 300 
ROOT RooU 

Austin 207 

Benajah 29 30 

B«njamin S. 140 207 

Edward I. 207 

Elijah 221 

Emily E. 140 207 

Emma M. 204 

Eather 212 

John 211 

Jonathan 212 

Margaret 211 

Manva 207 

Mary 48 212 

Ruth 212 SI 



Index of Persons 



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ROOT cont'd 

Barah 211 212 

Stephen 211 212 

Susannah 212 

Timothy 211 212 

WiU>er F. 207 
ROPER John 60 
ROSS Eraatua 311 

Mary E. 311 

Mary Elifa311 
ROSSITER Martha 292 

Mohitable 295 
ROUSH Margaret 310 
Routhf>ecke tee Ilaithbeok 
ROWE Henjamin 286 

Sally 280 
ROWELL Rowel 

Charlotte 34 

Daniel 34 108 

Elisabeth 176 

Eunice 34 

Hannah 160 

Mary 171 

Meloa 33 

Nathan 40 

Philander 34 176 

Babra 32 

Samuel 32 33 40 

SUas 168 

Susannali 34 
ROWLAND David 29 30 31 
32 

Henry 87 92 
ROWLEY Rowly 

Abigail 43 91 101 

Bildad 47 90 97 103 

Christian 42 

Clarima 47 103 183 

CuBtii! 87 

Daniel 169 

Eunice 169 

George Washington 97 

Hesekiah Latimer 97 

Jeruaha 99 

Job 42 87 90 167 172 178 

John 41 167 

Levi 43 91 101 

Loomis 90 

Mahala 104 

Mary 91 

Molly 41 

Nabby King 90 170 

Nancy W. 49 

Naomi 167 

Pamela 91 

Philander 32 181 184 

R. (Mrs.) 176 

Rebecca 100 

Roger 100 104 169 178 

Ruth 42 90 102 

Samuel 173 

Silas 42 90 170 

Squiers Harlow 87 

Susannah 32 100 

Warren 87 
ROYALL Penelope IM 
ROYS Martha 220 
RUBLE Catherine 316 

Pamela 316 
RUGGLES Lucia 294 

Samuel 140 294 
Rundlet «m Ranlett 
Runlet $«e Ranlett 
RUNYON Kesiah 300 
RUSCOE Joedah 215 

Mercy 209 

Roger 209 

Ruth 215 

Sarah 209 

Stephen 215 

Susannah 215 
RUSS Joeeph 276 
RUSSELL Edward Earl of Bed- 
ford $e« Bedford Earl of 



RUSSELL RuMel 

Abial .la'j 

Abigail 287 

John Francis ii 

J(«iah 2H4 

Margaret 305 

Milhcent 284 

Perry 02 

Barah Guernsey 305 

William 29 30 
RUST Nathaniel Johnaon zi 

xiii xziz Iz 
RYE Agne« 64 

SABIff Damaris 284 
SAGE John H. 200 

Seth 32 33 34 
ST. JOHN Abigail 215 

Ann 215 

Anna 315 

lieUioy 315 

Daniel 316 

Daniel Heymore 315 

David 215 

Kbencscr 315 

Elenor 315 

Elijah 215 

Eliphalet 315 

Klisal)cth 314 

Elalyda 315 

Esther 312 

Hannah 214 215 315 

John 315 

John H. 315 

Julia 315 

Lois 315 

Mary 215 315 

Matthias 215 316 

Nancy 315 

Nanny im Anna 

Nathan 215 

Nehemiah 316 

Patty 313 

Rachel 215 315 

Sarah 215 312 
SALISBURY Elon Galuaha 80 
SAMD Fxiward 60 
SAMMONS Ruth 315 
SAMPSON Samson 

tMward 199 

Henry xlviii 
SANBORN Franklin Benjamin 
162 XXX U 

Victor Channing 162 
SANDERSON Mary 282 

William 282 
Sand ford ■«« Sanford 
SANDON — Mr. 64 65 
SANFORD Sandford 

Florence Carr xvi 

Rebecca 40 

Robert 40 41 171 
SANTY Simeon 106 

Sophia L. 106 
SARD William 171 
SARGENT Sargeant 

Annie Jay 293 

Asa 207 

Caroline A. 207 

Elisabeth 293 

Ellen 293 

Henrietta xxxvii 

Henrietta Gray xxxrii 

Henry 293 

Ignatius xxxvii 

Lydia 293 

Mary 293 

Mary Moon? 29"^ 

Thomas 293 

Thomas Henry 293 

William Story xx 
SAUNDERS John 190 

Joeiah 199 200 

Julia A. 276 

Mary 100 



SAUNDERS e^^nt'd 

lUriMil 100 200 

RelMWca IM 

Sarah E. 270 

Thomas 270 
SAVAGE James 10 154 100 223 
224 

Sarah 5 
SAVLL John 57 
SAWYER Elisabeth 255 

Jarob 2.'i5 
SAYLES Hannah 283 
Mayinore $ft Seymour 
SCALES John 70 
SCHLEY Winfidd SooU It 
SCHUYLER Arnold ixxrU 

H»^ter xxxvii 

Peter 105 

Philip xxxvii 
SCOLFELD — Mr. 67 
SCOTT Asahel 307 

Clarunia 307 

Harriett Grare xx 

Henry Clay 307 

Henry F^i wards 70 158 245 
v vi vii ix z xi »iii 

Malinda .307 

Olive Ann S07 

Sarah 206 
SCRIBNER AbigaO 250 

Annir G. xxxiv 

ElJEaboth xxxir 
SEAL WOOD Joan 232 23S 
S<'arner •«« Seymour 
SEARL John 20 
SEARS Jeremiah 276 

Robert T. 276 

Sarah 276 
SEAVER Eliia 207 

Mo9e«207 
Scavmore «e« Seymoxir 
SECCOM Thomas 167 
SEDGWICK Amoa 100 

Cherter 103 

Cyrene 103 

Miriam 317 

Ruth 100 
SEGAR Darius 30 il 

Dorothy 166 

Elijah 30 

Eunice 41 

Hesekiah 30 

Jowph 40 106 167 

Ive^-i 31 

Ixiis 101 

Mi^ah 31 
SELDEN — Col. 304 
SELLECK Abigail 215 216 

Bethuel 216 

David 216 

John 216 

Martha 210 

Mercy 216 

Nathaniel 210 

Sarah 216 

Sovmour 216 
SELLWOOD Jo*n 237 

John 226 
Semrr *fe Seymour 
SEVERANCE Abigail 144 

Harriet 308 
SBVEY John 270 

Maria 276 

W^Tnan B. 270 
SB WALL Henry 270 

Joeeph 270 

Samuel 104 105 270 

Thomas xlii 
SEWARD ChaHes 184 

Sallv 288 304 
SEYMOUR Sajrmora Seamer 
Seaymore S«mer 

313 

Abigail 210 212 213 215 210 
221 222 314 310 317 



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Index of Persons 



«1U «t( . 



SBYMOUR cont'd 
Alire 218 
Allyn 318 310 
Almy 315 
Andrew 312 313 
Ann 314 315 
Anna 221 315 
Anne 210 313 314 315 310 
Ardon 320 
Belden 315 
Benjamin 315 
Betiyjy 316 
Betty 314 
Bevil 218 
Caroline IRO 
Catey a«« Catherine 
Catherine 214 215 315 
Charles 38 3 IR 310 
Danirl 214 215 217 218 314 

315 319 
David 21ii«l5SlO 318 
DeliftMSaO 
DyioiyaO© • 
Ebencier 318 314 2:^1 222 313 

314 V 
Eliakim^Ua 223 
Eliaa 310^7 
Elijah 311818 ' 
Eli«ha31«tl7 "r- . 
ElitabethfOO 2l0 ill 212 

214 215^10 SI? 21^ 222 

313 315 3 
Ellen 210 
Esther 314 
Eunice 222 
Eira 314 

George Dudley* 200 u 
Gideon 222 t..- 
Hannah 200 2^ tl3 214 2lG 

217 210 220 112 815 316 

317 318 * 

Heielciah 314 3 1(3 317 8!^ 
Horace 320 ' 

Huldah 217 
Ira 218 315 316 
Isaac 316 317 
Israel 320 
James 315 316 
Jared 218 
Jehiel 214 215 314 
Jerusha 218 210 222 223 
John 200 210 211 212 214 215 

216 217 218 315 316 317 
Jonathan 212 213 214 217 

222 315 310 320 
Joseph 21*0 
Joeiah 210 315 
Katharine 314 
Katy «M Catherine 
Keiiah 310 
Levi 315 
Lola 222 223 
Lucina 316 317 
Lucretia 316 317 
Lucy 218 

Lydia 218 222 816 317 
Mabel 218 310 
Magdalene 320 
Margaret 211 217 
Martha 216 222 223 315 316 
Mary 209 210 211 212 215 

216 217 218 210 220 221 

312 313 314 310 320 Hi 
Matthew 210 211 214 215 312 

313 314 

Mercy 209 211 213 214 220 

222 
Milicent 320 
Moses 217 
Nabby 320 
Nathaniel 212 217 218 314 

315 316 318 
Rachel 314 318 310 
Rebeoc* 211 216 219 220 315 



SEYMOUR cont'd 

Richard 200 211 212 213 217 
222 312 

RoUrt 2O0 

Ruth 38 212 213 214 215 218 
210 220 221 315 

Samuel 213 214 215 210 220 
312 313 315 

Sarah 210 214 215 216 218 
210 220 315 310 318 

Seth 316 316 

Stephen 210 222 314 

Susannah 214 215 217 220310 

Thaddeus 312 313 

Thomas 200 210 211 212 213 
214 215 217 218 312 313 
314 

Timothy 217 318 310 

Uriah 316 317 

William 315 316 317 

Zachariali 209 211 212 219 

Zachary 209 211 

Zebulun 217 319 

Zerviah 316 318 
SHACKJFORD Samuel Burn- 
ham 253 vii 
SHADE Harriet 295 

Joneph 295 

Martha Jane 295 
SHAFTER I^uis 283 
SHAPLEY Polly 285 
SHAW Franda 60 

Jowph 141 

Lime Leonard zx 

Margaret 60 

Mary 145 

Quincy A. (Mra.) liii 

Susannah 141 
SHEARER AugusU Cornelia 
308 

Charles 308 

Charles Augustus 309 

Emily Blanche 309 

Frank Thomas 309 

Margaret 308 

Mary Elisabeth 309 

Sophronia Augusta 308 

Thomas 308 
Shearman «m Sherman 
Shearmin tee Sherman 
SirEDD Frank Edson riv 
SHEENE Joan 57 
SHEFFIELD William Paine v x 
SHELDING Hannah 203 
SHELDON Charle. 290 

Charles Franklin 290 

Celia Maria 290 

Elisabeth 290 

Frank Merritt xx 

George 151 

Hartwell S. 207 

Jennie Maria xx 

JoMph 320 

Laura Anna 207 

Laura S. 207 

Nabby 320 

Ruth 289 290 

So phronia 290 
SHEPARD Shepbard Shepherd 
Sheppard 

Ahxgth M. 103 

Almeron 39 

Ann 201 

Anna 31 101 117 

Anne 40 

Augustus 44 48 92 93 04 95 06 
102 175 178 180 

Benoni 1 17 

Betsey 4/ 

Caroline E. 106 

Clarissa 101 103 

Croawell 95 

Desire 117 

Dorothy 210 

Elihu 103 181 



SHEPARD cont'd 

KUhu N. 106 

Kmily 106 

Hannah 5 29 

Harry 172 

Harry Augustus 03 

Harry 172 

Hector 96 

Hector T. 106 

Henry 43 91 101 

Henry (Mrs.) 48 

Jaaon 06 106 172 

John A 200 

Jonathan 292 

Judith 101 

Kate 106 

Laura 48 102 

Laura C. 49 105 

La lira Cornelia 03 

Lavinja C. 107 

lyevi Shaler 93 

Ix>uiiia Doe 291 

Maria 181 

Maria A. 106 

Martha L. 50 106 

Mary 44 91 103 169 232 

Mao- L. 105 

Mary Lucy 92 

M ell-Ma A. 106 

Molly 182 

Phineas 36 

PrwcUla 292 

Rebecca 5 

Sally 103 

Samuel 1 17 

Sarah 117 

Shelden 178 

She!<lon I.«timer 04 

Sheldon 8. 107 

Shelton Hector 

Theron 50 106 

Thomas 31 36 37 39 40 41 47 
91 92 100 166 169 172 177 
178 182 184 

Thomas Cromwell 04 

Wealthian 100 

William 20 103 

Wii:i« S. (Mrs.) XX 
SHEPARDSON Esther Surria 
3O0 

Horatio 300 

Sophia 300 
Shephard ««« Shepard 
Shepherd «m Shcpard 
Sheppard it* Shepard 
SHERBURNE Henry 86 
SHERIDAN Andrew Jaekaoo 
297 

Cynthia Forena 207 

Herbert MeJviUe 297 

Ira Wjnslow 297 

Ix>uisa Maria 297 

Mal>el Asella 297 

Margaret 297 

Orpha 297 
SHERMAN Shearman Shear- 
min 

— Rev. Mr. 31 

Anna 20 

Betty 287 

Hannah 18 

John 79 

Lydia 18 ' 

Malinda 307 

Prudence 13 

Samuel 79 

Sarah 18 

Thomas 79 

Thomas Townsend 79 

William Tecumseh 295 

Woo^t«»r xxx^^ii 
SHERWOOD Ella Ix)ui8e 304 

Fredrick Davis 304 

George AU-^ 304 

Ruth Colbum 304 



Index of Persons 



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SHIIfET Keiiah 270 
SHINGLETON Mary 12 

Thomaa 12 
SHIRLEY Kliiabeth P. 120 
SHORT Uhoda 129 205 

Ralome 120 
SHORTLIDGE Edmund Douc- 

laa 250 
SHOVAR nianche 207 
Frederick 207 
I>«vi Henry 207 
Mabel Aiella 207 
Olive Bell 207 
SHOVE Abigail 18 19 28 
Ebeneier 100 
Edward 18 28 109 114 
Edward B. 18 
Eliiabeth 18 28 109 114 
Eliiabeth Drownell 10 
Isaao U. 18 

Joaeph 18 10 25 28 100 114 
JoMph W. 18 
Joaiah 25 26 
Judith 18 10 
Mary 18 

Phebe 18 10 109 112 113 
SHOYER Eliiabeth 232 

Simon 232 
SHDART WUliam Herbert xx 
SIBLEY John Langdon 189 
SILSBY Silabeo 
Martha xx 
T. Juiiea xxi 
BUveater set Sylvester 
Silviflter aee Sylvester 
SIMMONS Simmond Simooa 
David Pervoce 306 
Eda284 

Mary Robiaon 306 
Reuben 167 
Sarah Ann 306 
SINGER Mary 303 
SISSON Siaon 
• Naomi 21 
Ruth 273 
SISTARE Alic« Douglas xxivi 
SKIFF Stephen 117 
SKILTON Sarah 222 

SKINNER 36 

Abba 90 

Ambroee 88 89 178 

Anne 36 

Chester 171 

Dorcas ChilTonnotte 87 

Hannah 167 

Horatio 89 

Isaac 40 87 88 89 90 168 169 

171 176 
Joseph John xxi 
Kata88 
Mabel 40 
Orson 171 
Warren 90 
SLACKER Rose 296 
SLAP Eliiabeth 282 
SLATER Abilene 106 
Angeline S. 207 
Julia E. 207 
Maria 207 
Mary E. 207 
Norris N. 207 
Samuel 207 
Sarah 207 
SLINGER Agnes xxxii 
SLOAN Charlotte Watrous xlix 
Elsie M. xlix 
Jane Earle xlix 
John Taylor xxx xlix 
Thomaa George xlix 
SLOCUM Slocombe 
Beatrice A. 165 
Benjamin IS 113 
Mercy 18 24 
Sarah 18 113 
3LQSS0N EUxa 308 



SLUMAIf David 117 
Dorothy 117 
Mary 117 
SMALL Lillian May xxi 
SMEED Olive 2H3 

William 2H0 
SMILLIB Cynthia 1U3 

John C. 103 178 
SMITH Smvlh 

103 179 

Abiah 277 

Abigail 22 

Abijah 282 

Abraham 215 

Amanda 305 

Amos 178 

Anne 103 

Asa 18 27 

Bcniamin 117 284 

C. H. 107 

Caleb 277 

Calvin 292 

Chad 22 23 

Charles 78 

Charles Franklin xxi 

Deborah 117 

Dennis 102 

Edith 27 

Elieier 317 

Elijah 221 

Elisha 217 218 

Eliiabeth 18 25 62 282 203 
305 316 317 

Eliiabeth A. 306 

Ella Louise xxir 

Elmira 307 

Elvira Bush xxi 

Emma A. 307 

Emma Maria xxxiii 

Emmeline JennsKe xxxviii 

Erastua 317 

Frank 249 

Gilbert 27 157 

Gordon 221 

Hanford 305 

Hannah 18 27 215 218 276 
277 306 312 316 

Harriet 203 

Harry B. 307 

Havilah 317 

Humphrey 22 27 

Hyman 117 

Isaac 18 27 

Jabei 215 

James 217 

Jane 107 

Jenkyn 69 

Jeremiah 18 27 

Joel 215 

John 48 167 215 312 

John Bainbridge xxxiii 

John C. 104 

Joaeph 58 214 218 

Joaeph Emerson 276 

Judith 26 

Juliana 44 102 

Kate xxi 

Lathrop Eira 81 

Lavinia 102 

Linus Sedgwick 117 

Lois 280 281 2S4 

Lucina 217 

Lucy 277 317 

Lydia 25 

Lydia R. 277 

Mabel 218 

Mana«!*h 276 277 

Margaret 211 "17 

Martha 26 219 305 

Martin 317 

Mary 104 215 305 307 

Marj' Abbe 78 

Mar>- Eliiabeth xxxv 

Mary K. 305 

Mary Louis« 307 



SMITH ooofd 

Moa>«21H 

Nathaniel xxxv 

Nicholiui 225 

Pel4?r J. 310 

Prudence Barger 305 

Rachel 18 22 23 

Rebacca 100 

Reoompenae 207 

Rhoda217 310 

Rolwrt 18 27 

Ro^well 283 

Ruth 214 215 217 218 210 221 

St. Clajr 305 

Samurl 18 26 27 210 

Samuel Emerson 277 

Sarah 215 283 288 304 3ln 
318 320 

Sarah Augusta HaUburlor 
xxxiii 

Simon 218 

Steel 281 

Susannah 221 

Sylvia 27 317 

Thankful 214 

Thomas 215 312 

Urania 218 

Warner 307 

William 107 203 

William Christopher 322 

William Fowle 203 

William Loughton 248 
SNELL Anne 2H7 

Ephraim 287 

George 277 

Mary 277 
SNOW BiUarky 207 

Caleb 22 

Elihu T. 207 

Frances 207 

Hannah 22 

Isaac 22 

William Brown ri 
SNYDER Alice Eliiabeth 290 
SOLELIAC Augusta 200 

Clcora Adelaide 206 

Louis 296 

Marie 296 
SOMES Edward K. 277 

Frances L. 277 

Sarah 277 

Timothy 277 
SOPER Hannah 39 

I^vi 39 
SOULE Horace Homer xxi 

Louis Hollenbeck xxi 
SOUTHWICK George 18 21 

Jane 18 21 

Jonathan 21 

Lydia 18 21 

Mar>' 256 

Ryai 18 21 
SPARROW Abigail 207 

Asenath 207 

Bertha M. 120 

Charles R. 207 

Edwin C. 207 

Eliia J. 207 

Enuly 207 
James 207 

Janetta 207 

Ix)ren 207 
SPAULDING Spauldince 

Abel 281 282 284 

Abigail 285 

Alice 53 

Andrew 280 

Christopher 53 

Eliiabeth 282 284 

F^sther 283 

Eira282 

Hannah 284 

John 53 

Joaeph 281 282 284 

Lydia 282 



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Index of Person* 



SPAULDINO cont'd 

Martha 282 284 

Milic«nt 284 

Kuth 282 
SPENCER flp«n««r 

Arabella xxxii 

Chloe 117 

KbeDCMr 117 

Eliiaheth 283 

Elizabeth A. 306 

Fanny 102 

Goorico 169 

Hannah 60 

Henry 102 

Iran 60 

Jamea 8. 306 

John 311 

Josephine xix 

Martha Aaby 311 

Rachel 311 

Susannah 50 

Thomaa xxxii 
SPERRY Jane M. 106 

Philemon P. 106 

Sally 207 

Zimri 207 
SPICER Ama 283 

Sarah 280 282 

Zephaniah 280 282 
SPICKARD Mary 292 
SPRAGUE Frank WiilUm 250 

John 28 

Phinoaa Warren 250 
SPRAKE Eleanor 232 

EUxabeth 232 

John 232 

Margery 232 

Mary 232 

Thomaa 232 
SPRING Edward Iviii 

Elizabeth lix 

John Iviii 

Leverett Wilson xxii Iviii 
Ux 

Martha Maria Iviii 

Romney lix 

Samuel Iviii 
Hq uairs $ee Squier 
SQUIBB John 190 
SQUIER Squair« 

Elita 117 

Helen P. 117 

Jamea 117 

James Maclay 117 

Polly 316 

Timothy 316 
Stacey •<« Stacy 
STACPOLE Anna Elmira 266 
271 

Charles 266 

John 266 

Levina M. 266 

Miriam 266 

Muria G. 266 

Peter Morrel 266 

Sarah 255 266 

Sarah E. 266 

Theodate 266 

Thomas 255 266 

Winalow 266 
STACY SUcey 

Abigail 277 

EUxa 277 

Harriet 277 

John 277 

John S. 277 

Lavinia 277 

Maria 277 

Martha 277 

Mary 277 

Mary Ann xliv 

Mar>' EUiH 277 

Mary Lavinia H. 277 

Nancy Pa^'8on 277 

Nathaniel P. 277 



STACY cont'd 

Nviunhas 277 

Silas I'ayiion 277 

Kunannah 306 

William 277 
STAFFORD I»r©da 183 

John 184 

M(ir((an Hewitt vii 
STANDISH Myles viii ivii 
STANLEY Stanly 

Abiicail 219 

Alice 218 

Allyn 218 

Amaiiah 38 

Ann 219 

Anna 218 219 

Augustus 218 

Dorothy 219 

Elizabeth 38 219 

Ellen 219 

Esther 219 

Frederick 219 

Jamea 219 

Jane 117 

John 219 

Judah 219 

I>evi 219 

I>ewis 219 

Lucy 219 

Mabel 219 

Martha 219 

Nathaniel 37 218 

Roswell 219 

Ruth 219 

Thomas 218 

Whiting 219 

William 117 
STANNARD John 36 

Joe. 36 
STANTON Staunton 

— Mr. 133 

Susannah 232 
STAPLES StapeU SUple 

Frances 232 

Martha 18 23 107 

Matthew 227 
STARBUCK Ann 109 

Mary Coffin 109 

Paul 109 
STARK Charles Rathbone xxi 

James Henry 76 x 
STARKWEATHER CynthU 
105 

Nathan 105 
STARR Betty 316 

Christopher Hamlin 316 

Darius 207 

Frank Famsworth 160 

Joseph 216 

Levi 216 

Mabel 216 

Rebecca 216 

Sarah 207 
STARRETT Elizabeth Ivii 
StAunton $ee Stanton 
STEARNS Sterne Stems 

Celinda 117 

Charles xliv 

Edith xxi 

Edward P. 117 

Eleazer 2S3 

Elisha 117 

Elizabeth 117 

Elizabeth Bond xliv 

Fanny 285 

George R. 117 

John ir 

John A. 117 

Lawrence 117 

Martha H. 117 

Marv' 207 

Marv- W. 117 

Ruth 2S3 

Theodora 117 



8TEBBINS SubbiB 

Abigail 142 

I)eb<irah 212 

Hamuli 31 33 34 87 142 
STEEL Steels 

Aaron 117 

Abigail 117 118 144 317 

Ann 118 

Anna 318 

AshUl 74 lis 

Aahbel Smith 118 

Barrett 143 

Betsey 118 

Daniel 118 119 

Dorothy 118 317 

Eleazer 118 119 

Elizat>eth 74 118' 

Florilla 118 

Hannah 118 317 

Huldah 317 

Izaac 317 

James 117 118 283 

Jeduthun 118 

Joel 118 

John 118 144 209 817 

Lavinia 317 

Lucretia 283 

Lydia316 317 

Mary 143 

Melissa 74 

Mercy 209 

Prudence 119 

Rachel 318 

Rebecca 119 

Roderick 317 

Ruth 117 118 

Salmon 118 

Samuel 317 

Sarah 118 

Beth 317 

Stephen 117 US 

Suaannah 317 

Thankful 119 

Thomas 317 

Timothy 317 

WULiara 317 
STEENTON John 13S 
STEERS Emily 309 

Emily Blanche 309 

William 309 
Stephens ••« Sterens 
Stephenson •«« Stevsnsoo 
Sterne »m Steams 
Stems $04 Steams 
STERRY Harriet 119 

Samuel G. 119 
STETSON Beteey 278 

Zcnas 278 
STEVENS Stephens 

Abel 282 

Anne 281 

Bethia 282 284 

Elihu 284 

Elizabeth 284 

Erastus 98 

George Beckwith 76 vi 

Job 284 

I^>'i 281 

Lucretia 284 

Margaret 298 

Mary 270 

Rachel 15 

Ruth 282 

Thomas 15 
STEVENSON Stepbe 

Elisha 277 

Elizabeth 311 

Jesse 277 

Lucia 277 

Margaret 298 

Margaret L. 277 
STEWART Stuart 

Ann 278 

Belinda 309 

Esther Surria 300 



Index of Peraons 



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STBWART cont'd 

G*orge Sftwin 70 158 vii xvi 
xxviii 

Helen C. 110 

James 110 

John 278 

John W. no 

Luther 300 

Luther U&rb«r 300 

Marion F. 110 

Martha 278 

Mary C. 110 

Nancy Melioaa 300 

Ro«)lla Elisabeth 300 

Rarah 309 

Willie 110 
STICKJIEY WUUam Wallace v 

STILES Albert Edgar 299 

Ann 200 

Arthur Newton 299 

Blanche Evelyn 299 

Charloe Adelbert 299 

Florence Kilbourn 299 

Harriet Eatella 299 

Henry Re«d 40 44 07 08 104 

Jane Moore 299 

Nannie Lee 299 

Samuel 299 

Walter Adelbflrt 299 
STIMSON Ke.iah 119 

Rebecca 119 

Stephen 119 
8TINSON John R. C. 278 

Margaret M. 278 
STOCKER Sally 315 

Thomaa 315 
STONE Catherine 285 

CvTUJ jJviii 

Ellen Adelia rvi 

Jamea Edward 249 

Joeiah 281 

Mary Sabin xlviii 

Polly 145 291 

William Eben 153 vii xvi 
STOUGHTON Stoton 

Chloe 44 104 171 

Nabby 43 

Sally 44 
• Samuel 166 167 171 176 

Samuel A. 180 

Sarah 101 104 

Wolcot 45 180 
STRAIGHT Strait 

Emeline 119 

Emily B. 207 

Henry 119 

J. Henry 207 

Joeepb 110 

Mary E. 311 

Mary Jane 110 

Nancy S. 110 

Phebe 110 

William L. 110 
STREET Streete 

Joan 134 136 

Lucretia 308 
STROBRIDGE John 227 
STRONG — Rev. Mr. 32 

ClariMa 208 

Elixa 291 

Jedediah 11 13 

Matilda Victoria 291 

Nehemiah 29 

O. H. 291 

Sarah 11 13 
STROOD Helen 189 
Stuart »e« Stewart 
STUMP Elbert Miner 310 

EtU Alice 310 

Etta Victoria 310 

Frederick William 310 

Leila Charlotte 310 

Le\n 310 

Margaret 310 



STIJMP cont'd 

Myrtle Margaret 310 

R(Mi« (jenevra 310 

William Avery 310 
STUMPF C;. 107 

Hophia 107 
STUKGIS Frank Knight xxi 
STYWALT Agnra Bell 302 

Claude 302 

David 302 

Hiram 302 

Martha Barrett 302 
SUDDOBIE Richard 57 

Kob>rrt 57 
SUMNER Anna Waahbum 207 

Jemima 2t)7 

Laura A. 127 207 

Laura 8. 207 

Mary 283 

Mary Miller 306 

William A. 127 207 
SUPPITCH Sylvwit«r 228 
SUTER John Wallace vii 
SUTTON Henry 58 
SUYDAM Walter (MrB.) 250 
SWALLOW Mary A. 127 
SWAN John 305 
SWANSTROM Emanuel God- 
frey 296 

Jennie Lind 296 

Jennie Sophia 296 
SWARTZ Caroline 296 
Swe«t $ee Swett 
SWEETY John 183 
SWETT Sweet 

Ann 278 

Chariea 278 

Joseph 278 

Lucy Cari>enter xxi 

Mary Ann 278 
SWIFT Abigail 199 

Ann 198 199 

Anne 198 

Ebencier 199 

Eliphal 198 

Elizabeth 198 

John 158 199 

Judith 199 

Nathaniel 190 

Patience 198 190 

Rebecca 199 

Samuel 198 

Sarah 198 

Thomaa 198 
SYKES Chloe 305 
SYLVESTER Silvester Silvistar 

David 278 

Eleanor 226 

Katharine 226 227 237 238 
239 

Thomas 226 237 230 

TABER Tabor 

Elixa 267 

Elisabeth 272 

Esther 267 

Eunice 260 267 

Huldah 285 

John 267 

I^e^-is 28 

Philip 285 

Rebecca 254 

Reuben 260 267 

Sarah Ann 267 
TAG G ART Joseph 24 

Sarah 24 
TALBOT Peter 80 
TALBOYS — Mr. 68 

Jennet 58 
TALCOTT Benjamin Hi 

Klizur lii 

George lii 

John lii 

Mary lii 



TALCOTT ooot'd 

Mary Kin^ibury 20 87 166 
ziii lii 

Relief 171 

Ruaarll hi 

RujmU Goodriflh lit 

Hamunl lii 
TALMADGE Enoa 313 

Hannah 313 

James 312 313 

Jane 313 

Jonathan 313 

Mary 312 313 

Robert 313 

Sarah 313 

Seymour 313 

Susannah 313 

Thomas 313 
TANNER Alice 231 

Harriet 206 

John 231 

Mary Ann 2M 

Matilda 206 

Nathan Palmer 206 
TAPPAN Amos 278 

Asa Mead 278 

Ellen Sturgis xix 

Suaan 278 
TAYLOR Almira 316 

Arthur Orison xxi 

Asa 316 

Betsey 42 80 

Hetty 316 

Charlotte May 16 

Daniel 316 

Diodate 102 

Elisha J. 278 

Elisa 44 

Elisa Aurelia 87 

Elisa J. C. 204 

EUsabeth 00 

Emeline 00 

Esther 316 

George Theobald 80 

Grove 42 87 80 00 00 

Grove Gerry 80 

Hannah 278 

Isaac 43 

John 210 278 300 S14 

Jonathan 142 

Joeiah 316 

Levi 316 

Martha 316 

Mary 102 210 285 

Mary A. 311 

Matilda 300 

Patience 142 

Patty Wilson 46 80 

Ruth 316 

SaUy43 

Sarah 142 278 3O0 

Se>Tnour 316 

Susan B. 278 

Susannah 42 

Thankful 316 

Thomas 41 42 89 142 160 

Thomas Bon Duraat 16 

Tirsah 2S4 

Uriah 316 

William 00 278 
Teachenor •«* Tichenor 
Tebbetts #m TibbetU 
TEDCASTLE A^es BeviUe 
Vaughan 80 nii xri 

Arthur White (Mrs.) •«« 
Axnes Seville Vau«han 
TEFT Tefft 

Elisabeth 146 

Phebe 107 
TEMPLE Roger 56 
TEMPLETON Lucy 285 

Samuel 285 
TEN BROBCK Mary Clark 
304 



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Index of Persons 



TERRY 



100 



Heb«ccA 144 

Roiy 100 
THAYER KliiaUtb 278 

Harry Hat«fl xxi 

James Bradley 6 I 

Lucy 278 

Z«bAdiah 278 
THEOBALD KHsa L. 278 

rhilin E. 278 
THEWThBwe 



69 



Alic« 60 

Fxlward 69 

Elitab«th 59 63 

George 62 

John 52 68 59 60 62 

John Sir 59 

Malde 58 59 

Marie 62 

Mary 60 

Nicholas 69 

Richard 59 63 

Roger 59 

Simon 68 59 

Ruaan 62 

Thoraaa 62 58 59 60 63 

William 68 69 60 62 63 
THOMAS Ann 156 

Content 201 

Jacob 201 

James Wilton 248 

John Lilburn 248 

William 156 
THOMLINSON Daniel 294 

Lucia 294 
THOMPSON Thomson 

— Mrs. 183 
Abii^ail 283 
Benjamin 283 
Charles 181 
Edmund 182 

El bridge G. 278 

Elisa 291 lix 

Eliiabeth 119 lix 

Gurdon 119 

Hannah 281 

Harriet 291 

Hexekiah 280 281 

Joseph 119 

Lucy 119 

Lurana Lamira 290 

Margaret Gardiner 311 

Nellie Maria xx 

Norman 291 

Orson 290 291 

Samuel 77 

Sarah A. 278 

Thomas 119 

William lix 

William V. xxiiv 
THORN Anna 21 

Isaac 22 
THORNTON John Win«at« lii 
THORP Abiah 99 

John 99 

Orynthia 16 
THRALL Trail TrawU 

— Mm. 177 
Alanson 105 
Friend 88 
Harriet 102 
Isaac 31 33 34 88 
John 33 167 
Johnson 180 
I-vdia 105 
Oliver J. 102 
Pollv 34 

THURSTON Samuel 22 24 
THWING Annie Haven 162 
TIBBETTS Tebbetts Tibbets 
Tibbits 

F. S. 278 

Francis 278 

John 170 



TIBBETTS cont'd 

Margaret 278 

Margarrt C. 278 

Mary E. L. I 

Hij«an I'. 278 
TICHENOR Tea«henor Tick- 
nur 

Isaac 322 

Martin 322 

Hirhard Brnnington 322 

William 322 
TILDEN Harrist 119 

Joseph 119 

LydiaS. 119 

Mary A. 119 

Mercy A 119 

Ocellus 119 

Samuel Jones liv 
Tiler aee Tyler 
TILLEY Edith May viu 

Eliphal 198 

Eliiabjeth 11 13 

John xzxviii 
TILLINGHAST Eleanor 119 

George 119 

Mary 119 

Susan 119 

William 119 
TILTON George Henry 322 
TINKHAM D. F. 278 

Dwight Fo<iter 278 

Elizabeth 278 

Joseph 278 

Margaret Roby 279 

Mary 279 

Mary D 279 

Percx 279 

Sarah 279 

Seth 279 

Spencer W. 279 

Spenser 279 
TISDALE Tisdal 

Barna 286 

Martha 286 

Tryphena 286 
TITUS Anson 158 vii 
TOAKE Thomasine 227 
TOBEY Frances 107 

O. J. 107 
TOBIN Annie 147 
TODD Ambrov) 216 

Emmeline Jennette xxxviii 

Enoch L. xxxviii 

Frances Pamela xxxviii 

Lavinia 216 

William 57 
TOEDTEBERG Emma xix 
TONEMIN Alice Sistare xxxvi 

Hcnrv Wroughton xxxvi 
TONGfi Richard 57 
TOOLIE Frances 55 

John 55 
TOOMY John 174 
TORREY Frcdenc C. 248 

George Winthrop x xxi 
TOTTING HAM Nancy J. 

xn\'i 
TOURTELOTTE Jane U. 119 
TOWNER Thankful 285 
TRACY Alfred E. 119 

CariosC. 119 

Mary E. 119 

Selden H. 119 
Trail $fe Thrall 
TRASK Alice Maria 300 

Cari Laurence 300 

Claude Henry 300 

Edwin Eugene 300 

Edyth Evolin 300 

Henry Lorenio 300 

Retire Lorenio 300 

Susan 300 

Viveian Holm&n 300 
TrawU $e€ Thrall 



TREAT Abigail 221 222 

Mary 287 289 304 

Peter 287 

Rusannab 216 

ThoitiM 287 
TRELAWNEY Robert 83 
TROTT Brnjainin 303 

Mary 3()3 

Mary Livingston .'103 
TROVlLLO Elijah 296 

Mary A lire 296 

Marv Ann 296 
TROWBRIDGB Abicail 216 

Austin b. 299 

Daniel 216 

Deborah 216 

Eliiabeth 216 

Hephiibab 216 

James 216 

Jf-M-nh 216 

Lydia 216 

Martha 216 

Mary 218 

Mary Jane 299 

Molly 216 

Samuel 216 

Sarah 215 216 

Stephen 216 

Thomas 216 

William 216 
TRDESDALE Tr^isedall 

Mary 159 160 

Hirhard 159 160 
TRUMBULL Charles Julius 245 

Frank 248 

Hannah 214 

James Hammond lii 

Luther 223 

Margery 223 
TRUNDY Eliiabeth 279 

Thomas 279 
Trxisedall (m True«dale 
TRYON George 119 

Joeeph 119 

Lucy P. 119 

Mary Ann 119 

Pollv 119 

William 119 
TRYVET Agnes 231 

William 231 
TUCKER Amanda 307 

Amos 307 

Amos Harvey 307 

Anna Eliiabeth xUn 

Benjamin xliii 

Charles Russell xlii xliii 

Dorcas xlii 

Fxlward Tobey xxx xlii 

Hannah 285 

Henr>' xliii 

John xliii 

Joseph xliii 

I>oui^a Nancy 307 

Mary 232 306 

Marv Ann lir 

Rebecca 199 

Robert Earle xliii 

Sarah 307 

Susan 300 

Uranah 285 
TUCKERMAN Bayard xxi 
TUDER Siamuel 29 
TUFTS I/eonard xxi 

Susan Cotton 76 
TULLER Tuler Tullar 

— Mr. 178 

Gideon 43 

John 181 

Nelson 182 

Olive 181 

Willis Norman xxi 
TUN SLAKE Samuel 227 
TURNER AbigaU 78 156 

Amos 19 109 

BardiD 279 



Index of Persons 



cvu 



TURNER cont'd 

Caleb H. 19 

Cornelius 279 

Kliiabeth 51 

George 19 

Gerahom 19 

Hannah 2(X) 279 

Isaac 47 182 

Jeremiah 78 

Jewel 19 

John 156 

John C. 279 

Margaret 19 109 

I'bebe 19 109 

Ralph 200 

Hol>«rt 61 
TURPIN Joseph W. 208 

Parthena B. 208 
TUTT J. C. 245 
TUTTLE — Mr. 171 

Asahel 49 

Betsey 43 

Hannah 283 

Samuel 43 

Sarah Wells 49 
TYLER Tiler Tylor 

Abner 145 

Andrew H. 119 

Bethia 145 

Cornelius Boardman xxi 

John 43 91 119 121 207 

John Emman 119 

John Goodwin 93 

John K. 44 93 

John Keyes 91 

Julia Anna 93 

Julia 8. 44 

Keyes 93 

Lucretia 145 

Mary Jane 121 

Olive G. 105 

Olive Goodwin 44 91 

Roxana 119 121 

Roxana H. 119 

Ruth 145 

Tryphena 145 



rypfi 



TYTHER Thomas 134 

UNDERBILL Harlow 297 

Orpha 297 

Sarah 297 
UNDERWOOD Carrie Louise 
120 

Charles 120 

Clarissa 120 

Clarissa Tourtelot 120 

Ellen I. 120 

EmUy 120 

Emily Cook 120 

Emma Louise 120 

Henry 120 

John Newton 120 

Lillian Frances 120 

Linie G. 120 

Mary A. 120 

Moses 120 

William Lawrence 322 
UNTON Isabella 61 

Robert 61 
UPTON Abigail 19 20 22 26 27 
107 108 

Adonijah 19 20 

Anna 19 20 109 111 

Clarlcson 20 

Daniel 19 

Dillwin 20 

Edward 19 

Eleanor 19 

Frebon 19 

Hannah 19 111 

Henr>' 20 

Isaac 19 20 22 107 109 110 111 

Isaac H. 112 

John 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 
28 107 108 112 



UPTON ooat'd 

John Eddy 20 

Lydia 19 20 27 28 109 110 
111 112 114 

Mary 19 20 

Paul 25 

Phc»>« 28 109 

Prudy Maria 20 

Rho<la 10 111 

Ruth 20 

Knrah 19 112 
USHER C. 120 

Carrip K. 120 

Charlc* K. 120 

Kliaha W. 120 

Kllen M. 120 

Jftmes H. 120 

M. 120 

Mary E. 120 

VALLENTINE Voluntine 

Ann 154 

Delia 134 

Samuel 184 
VAN ARNUM Marian 308 

Martha 308 

William 308 
VAN BOSKIRK Abraham 
xxxvii 

Anne xxxvii 

Jacob xxxvii 

Jane xxxvii 

Thomas xxxvii 
VAN CAMP Ann Jane 292 

James 292 • 

VANCE Frank L. (Mrs.) 81 
VAN DEUSEN Charlena xxi 
VAN NOSTRAND Alonio 

Gifford xxi 
VAN WORMER Dernitia 
Lucretia 291 

Jerry 291 

Laurence 291 

Lucia Ann 291 

Martha 291 

Sabra Emetine 291 
VARNEY Aaron 273 

Abigail 256 269 

Abner 25 

Amasa 271 

Benajah P. 267 

Comfort 271 

ElJxabeth 256 

Elmira 271 

George 256 

George R. 255 . 

Hannah 256 259 262 

Hiram 256 

Huldah 256 262 267 

Huldah D. 273 

Isaac 255 256 

Isaac Henry 255 

Isaac Rogers 255 

Isaiah 267 

John B. 273 

Jonathan 267 273 

Joseph 269 

Josiah 273 

Lydia 25 110 255 256 273 

Lydia B. 273 

Mary 25 256 269 270 

MehiUble 257 

Mercy 256 263 

Miriam 255 

Nathaniel 25 

Phebe M. 255 

Samuel 269 

Sarah 270 

Thomas 267 

Timothy 256 
VASSALL Henry 162 

Penelope 162 
VAUGHAN Vaughn 

Mary 290 

Mary Trumbull 248 



VINEY Mary A. 279 

Warren 279 
VININO h'Awia C. 105 

iUrriet 105 
VINSEN Mary 283 

Sarah 2H3 
VIVIAN John Lambrick 142 
Voluntine «e« Vallentiofl 
VOSE Robert ChurchUl xxi 

Thomas 198 

WADE Irene xlix 

Mary 279 

Mary Catherine xlix 

Itichard 279 

Samuel H. 120 

Sarah 1-20 

William xlix 
WADSWORTH Wadworth 

33 

— Lieut. 33 
Clarissa 99 
Daniel 320 
Dorcas 99 
Kbeneier 199 
Esther 212 
Ezekiel 320 
Hesekiah 320 
Ichabod 320 
Israel 320 
Jonathan 320 
Joseph 99 320 
Lavinia xlviii 
Lucretia 32 
Milicent 320 
Oliver 120 
Patience 199 
Ruth 320 
Samuel 199 
Sarah 120 211 320 
Theodore 99 
Timothy 32 
WUliam 120 320 

Waie »e£ Way 
WAITE Wait Wayte 

— Mni. 180 
Eliiabeth 53 
John 53 

S. E. Whittier 80 

Thomas 53 

Willinm 176 
WAKEFIELD Elnathan 120 

Mary J. 120 

William Curtis xxi 
WALBRIDGE Abigail 120 

Emily 120 

Juliana 120 

I^muel 120 

Thomas T. 120 
Walcott ie« Wolcott 
WALDEN Eleanor 138 

Isaac 138 
WALDO — Mr. 87 

Cynthia 208 

Daniel 282 

Ebeneier 208 

Ebeneier E. 208 

Eliia G. 208 

Emily B. 207 

Frances E. MS 

Hannah 201 

Loren P. 208 

Ixjuis 282 

Obadiah P. 208 

Reb<«cca 141 
WALKER Anna 270 

Benjamin 184 

Charles Henry lii 

Edward 145 

Emily 146 

Emily TaJbot 80 

Hannah 145 297 

John 57 270 

John Edward 270 

Julia Armbelle lii 



CVlll 



Index of Persons 



WALKER cont'd 

Juliana I'erlcinB lii 

Lantard 285 

Lvdia Auj»tin 270 

Nathaniel 270 

Sally 285 

Sarah 270 

Susannah 48 

Theodat* 270 
WALLACE lUnaldo MO 

Sarah 146 
WALLE Anna 200 

Caroline 296 

Joseph 296 
WALLER Elisabeth 209 
WARD Wardo 

Anne 60 

Dorcaa 171 

Eliphas 125 208 

Elisabeth A. 125 

Joaeph B. 208 

Laura G. 208 

Ignore 292 

Lydia 125 208 

Mary 292 

Mary J. 208 

Maryett P. 208 

Orrin 208 
Thomas 55 

William 55 56 292 
WARNER Andrew 143 

Blanche 297 
C. O. 80 
Charles F. 82 
Charlotte 100 
Clement Edson 81 

Ebeneser 143 
Eli 223 
Eliia L 107 
Ernest Noble 81 
Fanny 81 
George 99 
Isaac 143 
John 303 
Jonathan 294 
Lois 223 
Lydia 143 

Mary Elisabeth 303 
Milo80 

Nabby Griawold 99 
Nancy 294 
Olive 102 
OmriSO 
Plinny 100 
Rebecca 303 
WARREN Aaron 284 
Althea 120 
David 120 
Elisabeth 120 
George Copp rii 
Gideon 255 
Hannah 255 
Jennet 268 
John 120 
Mary 120 
Nathaniel 120 
Richard xxzvi xxxviii zlviii 
Sarah 284 
WARRINER Mary 293 
Polly 293 
Solomon 293 
WASHBURN Waahbon 
Asahel C. 104 
Daniel 120 
George W. 120 
Lucy 120 
Luke 120 
Mabel 120 
Rhoda Emma 104 
WASHINGTON George 240 
Water tte Waters 
WATERBDRY Hannah 215 
John I. xxi 



WATERMANN Edgar Fraoei* 

78 
Trynhena 297 
WATERS Water 

31 

AlansoD Dwight 93 

Arthur Jay xxi 

Betsey 44 101 

BeUwy Julia Ann M 

Bevil 217 

Henry FiliKill>en 60 153 

James 31 44 93 94 101 174 

John 170 172 

John F. 100 
I^vi Jones 93 

Mary 217 

Polly 100 

Thomas Franklin 249 250 

William Charirs 93 
WATKINS Charles R. 106 

Charle* W. 61 

Cordelia 106 

Cordelia H. 51 

Eleanor 186 

Joan 189 

Walter KendaU 76 162 249 
vii 
WATROUS Watres Watris 

BevU 88 167 177 

Charlotte xiix 

Elihu xlix 

Elisabeth 88 167 

Elsie M. xlix 

George I^ee 93 

Jamos 03 95 

John 180 

Nabby 102 

William 102 178 
WATSON Anna 317 

Caroline 306 

CaAsina May xxi 

Deborah 40 

Harmony 287 

Isabel 306 

James 287 

John 211 306 

Margaret 211 

Mary 211 

Melissa 104 

Phebe Ann 309 

Thomas Augustus xvii 

William 104 
WATTLES Delight 320 

Delight S. 320 

Harry 170 

Jonathan Seymour 320 

Roewell 320 
WATTS Cynthia xliii 

Joseph xliii 
WAY Waie Waye 

Anne 185 186 

Henr>- 185 186 188 190 

William 47 
WAYMOUTH MehiUble 256 
Wayte »m Waite 
WEBB Elisabeth 219 

Peter 202 
WEBBER Hannah 99 

William 99 
WEBSTER — Mrs. 183 

Aaron 32 34 88 

AdalenaG. 208 

Agnes 216 

Amna 42 

Andrew Jackson 298 

Anna 29 42 

Anna Harriet 89 

Ashbel : I 34 42 87 101 

Charles Shepard 88 

Chloe 32 

Clarissa 47 87 

C>"prian 217 x 

Daniel 90 182 Iv 

Da>-id Uawley 90 172 

Dwight 95 



WKBSTER cont'd 

EbMMscr 45 46 00 OS M 101 
170 173 181 

Ebeoeser Wells 05 

KUiabeth 100 214 210 317 
218 

Emily 208 

K.ther 101 

i:iirtir« 31 

Kutijce E. 40 

Gardner 208 

tiaonah 41 317 

Harvey 102 

Henry Sewall xxx xU 

Heiekiah 42 43 87 80 00 01 03 
03 168 172 174 

Hetekiah Goodwin 00 

Hiram 05 

Jacob 174 

Jamea 20 30 41 88 03 

Jennie Eveline 208 

John 216 217 xli 

John Milton xli 

John Ordway xli 

JoMph 42 67 00 182 208 

JoMph CaM 00 

Julia 87 

Lauson 88 

Lucinda M. 102 

Maria 208 

Martha 208 

Manila Marilla 06 

Martha Tappan xlii 

Mary 38 45 101 213 

Mary Abby 298 

Mary Chase xlii 

Mar>' Jane 05 

MehiUble 42 OC 

Milo Merry 00 

Milton 208 

Miriam 317 

Nancy 00 104 

Nathan xli 

Polly 34 

Rhoda 87 318 

Robert 211 210 217 

Samuel 32 40 03 108 100 208 

Sarah 181 208 217 

Sarah Hayes xli 

Sarah Jennet 96 

Sibyl 208 

Simeon 208 

Stephen 38 

Susannah 216 317 

Therqn 88 

Timothy 217 

Wealthian 91 100 174 

William 29 32 00 217 

William H. 208 

William Willis 05 
WEED Eunice 171 

Hannah 313 

Isaac 313 

Susannah 313 
WEEKS Benedict 112 

Edward C. 112 

Elisabeth 112 

Joanna Ivii 

Martha 211 

Naomi 112 
WEEMS James 105 
WEINUOLD Grac« Jadlth 

Mary ni 
WBIO Mack 182 
WELD Lucy 284 

Walter 2S4 
WELLER Hephiibah 216 
WELLMAN Arthur Hat- 
brook V z 

Isaac 280 

James 270 280 281 282 280 
Joshua Wyman 280 
Martha 230 284 
Sarah 280 281 283 
WeU«sM Wills 



Index of Persons 



ax 



WBLTOIV Abigail 222 
Mary 222 

Tborniu 222 
WENDELL Kat« 298 
WERNER Charles J. 81 
WESCOTT Albert Z. 120 

Add E. 121 

Charlea 8. 121 
DuraDd K. 121 

George 121 

George B. 120 121 

Hanoah 121 
Harriet E. 121 

Harriet N. 121 

Mary Jane 121 

Minerva Benton 121 

Minerva 8. 120 121 

WUIiam E. 121 

Zina 121 
WESSON Jamee Leonard xxi 
WEST Abigail 121 

Abina 121 

Amasa 121 122 

Amelia 121 

Amy 121 122 

AnD 121 

Caleb 121 

Catherine 122 

Cephaa 279 

Charles 121 

Charles F. 121 

Dorcas 121 

Eboneicr 121 122 

Elisha 121 

Elisabeth 121 122 

Ephraim 121 122 

Francis 121 122 

Grace 121 

Hannah 121 

Harriet 279 

Henry W. 121 122 

Iraney 121 

Jabes 121 

James E. 121 

Jane 121 

Jeremiah 121 122 

Jesse 121 

Joel 121 122 

Jowjph 121 122 

Joseph H. 122 

Lois 121 122 

Mary 122 

Mary C. 119 

Mary J. 122 

Mary O. 122 

MehiUble 122 

Mercy 122 

Orvon 122 

Pamelia 122 

Patty 122 

Prudence 122 

Puane 122 

Roxana 122 

Rufus 122 

Ruth 121 122 

Samuel 121 122 

Sarah 121 122 

Shurman 122 

Solomon 122 

Thankful 122 

Ursula 65 

Walter 55 

WiUiara W. 279 

Zebulun 121 122 123 
WESTERLAWD Joseph 43 91 
172 

Joaiah91 

Lucina 43 

SaUy 101 
Western •«« Weston 
WESTFALL John Heorv vi 
WESTLAND Nancy 103 

William 103 



WESTMINSTER Oroareoor 

Hugh Richard Arthur 
Duke of 131 132 
WESTON Western 

Abigail 123 

Kliia(>«>th 123 

KUon HarK«ant 293 

Hannah 3U3 

Jonathan 123 

Rol>ert Dickson vii xvi 

Thalia 293 

Thomas 293 

Tryphena 180 
Weyriian i«t Wyman 
WHALON Hiram 321 
WHEELER Anna 45 

Huldah 103 

Lucinda H. 300 

Mary 44 

Honhia A. 107 
WHEELOCK Abigail 214 
WHIPPLE J. Reed U 

Roby 123 

William F. 123 
WHITAKER Eira 20 

Mary 20 
WHITbREAD Agnes 61 

William 66 
WHITE Abigail 208 

AUie I>eroy 300 

Ann 118 

Anne 154 165 

Annie Helle 300 

Bertha Rose 300 

Charles 300 

Charles Leonard 300 

Clarence Jerome 300 

Cynthia 20 

Daniel 208 

Ellen Jane 300 

George Daniel 208 

Jamo9 284 

James Collar 300 

Jane 313 

Jane Elisabeth 303 

Joel 118 122 

John 140 283 313 

John Barber vii 

Louis 283 

Margaret 300 

MehiUble 26 

Nathaniel 26 

Robert 60 

Ruliff 22 

Ruth 118 

Samuel Andrew 300 

Sarah 122 123 

Tinah 2S4 
WHITFORD Alice Jewect 123 

J. Baker Carpenter 123 
WHITING Whitin Whyting 

Allen 102 

Amanda 102 

Anna 218 

Charles 123 

Faith 123 

James 40 

Meliflsa A. 106 

Mollv 40 

Samuel 123 

Thomas 58 

William H. 106 
WHITMAN — Rev. Mr. 30 

Kiekiel 84 

James P. 123 

Jennie L. 123 

Marcus xU-i 

Mar>' Knight !?3 
WHTTNEY Abigail 283 

Elijah 216 

Elisabeth 216 

F>sther 315 

P'rank xxi 

Hannah 216 

Hanry 216 



WHITNBY eonfd 

Juhn 216 

Re^>e«ca 210 

Richard 216 

Ruth 315 

Samuel 216 
Whiu>n tes Whitteo 
WHITTELSEY Samuel 123 

Samu^KJiUiert 123 

Sarmh 123 
WHITTEMORE AaloiastU 
1()6 

Norman Clark ixi 
WHITTEN Wliitoo 

Anna 123 

Calvin 123 

Cordelia 105 

Eleanor 123 

EUjah 123 

Erastua P. 123 

Frank S. 250 

Kesiah 123 

Marietta 97 

Mary E. 123 

Rebecca 2H5 

Samuel 285 

Sibyl 123 

Simeon 97 

Simon 105 

Stephen 123 

William H. 123 
Whyting let Whiting 
WICKHAM Clarenc« Horac* 

WIGGLESWORTH Michael 

189 
WILBUR Earl Morw xxi 

Martha 146 

Sarah M. 271 
WILCH Hanibal 182 
WILCOX Wilcocks Willcoi 

Benjamin 38 

Clarissa 42 100 

Esra 35 

Hettio Maria 50 

Jesse 98 

John 5 

Kesiah 101 

Mabel 175 

Pbebe 35 

Plinney 101 171 

Rboda Peck 98 

8adoM37 

Sarah 6 

Susan M. 50 

William Jenneas xxi 
WILDER Elisabeth 4 

Gerald Gardner xxi 
WILES Robert Hall (Mr».) 2M 
WILKINSON Ehsabeth 8. xxi 
WILLARD — Ueut. 190 

Abigail 145 

Joseph 218 Ixi 

Martin Stevenson 250 

Urania 218 
Willcox ie« Wilcox 
Willes »r« WUlis 
WILLEY Calvin 208 

Nabby B. 208 

Sallv 208 
WILLIAMS Abigail 123 

Ann 147 

lietsey Maria Ivii 

Damaris 123 

Eliakim 123 

Etiakim H. 123 

Elisha 295 

Fanny 124 

Firth 55 

Francis R. 98 106 

Isaac 123 167 

John 8 

Martha 291 

Mary 123 124 143 

MehitAble 295 



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Index of Persona 



WILLIAMS cont'd 
Nathan 123 124 
Richard 302 
Koger z 

Roflina Miaaio 302 
Ruth 124 
Bally Ann 205 
Sarah 291 
Sarah Adclia 302 
Solomon 281 

Tamar Huell 124 
Wilkes 124 
William Aabury 81 

Zebadiah 143 
WILLIAMSON Mary Ji 
301 

Vallie Mary xxi 
WILLIS Willea Wylloa 

Abigail 196 

Amea 220 

Dimmick 208 

Klisaboth 123 

Gideon 123 

Jemima 123 

John 288 

Joahua 123 

Jyothrop 286 

Milicent 123 

Nathaniel Parker 84 

Rachel 123 

Solomon 123 

Tryphena 286 
WILLOWBY WUlughby 

— Mrs. 182 

Christopher Sir 58 
WILLS Wells 

Abigail 144 

Addie N. Ivii 

Amy 46 

Caesar 171 

Calvin 101 

Ekiwin Perry ixx Ivi Ivii 

Elisha 144 

EUsa 100 

EliEabeth 20 

Ellen Maria Ivi 

Eunice E. 104 

Flora 104 

Frances 108 

Hannah 20 100 

Harry 175 

Hiram 103 

Hiram Cheney Ivi 

Horace 46 

Horatio 120 

Joanna 108 

John 20 99 108 

Julia 101 

Lucy 50 

Maria 103 

Mary 101 

Melissa 74 103 

Mercy 99 

Norman 46 94 

Orson 103 

Ralph 100 

Ralph G. 104 

Samuel 20 113 

Sarah 104 120 
. Thomas 120 

Timothy 100 

Wellington 250 
Willson $ee Wilson 
WiUughby 8«f Willowby 
WILSON Willson 

Abiah 174 

Amelia 49 

Ammi 104 182 

Anna Wallace xx 
, Annis 46 95 105 

Annis A. 47 

Artemisia 182 

Betsey 104 

Candace 102 184 

Charles Irwin 310 



WILSON cont'd 

Deborah 33 

Kliia 45 1U3 

KliialMlh 43 09 

Kliiabeth Khepard 308 

Ellen M. 120 

Either 2H3 

Frederick 102 

Gertrude J. 310 , 

Harriet 101 ' 

Harry 184 

Horace 184 

Iaat>elU 01 

Joab 106 

Joel 32 33 39 40 88 05 106 168 
178 1K2 308 

Joel Gilbert 308 

John 32 43 212 

Jo«!ph 102 169 184 308 

Julia 47 184 

Lucy 101 

Lucy Maria 310 

Lydia 212 

Martha 308 

Mary 212 

Mary Abigail 308 

Olive 88 95 106 

Olive Cerfflia 95 

Orson Skinner 95 

Polly 285 

Rhoda 99 

Robert 212 

Rozana 180 

Ruth 102 

Samuel 182 

Susan 102 

Susannah 39 

Thomas 2H3 

Warren 102 175 182 
WILTON Robert Morris 248 
WINCHESTER Carley 307 

Clarissa 307 

Patty 307 

Wilson Mills 307 
WING Abigail 24 

Price 20 

Harriet 105 

Harriet N. 106 

John 20 23 24 20 

Phebe 21 23 

Samuel 20 23 24 20 

Sophia 20 24 20 

Sylvanus 105 
WIN SHIP William Henry 250 
WINSLOW Celeste Mary 
Augusta 308 

Charies Henry 308 

Cynthia 297 

Diadema 292 

George 308 

Hannah 255 

Harriet 308 

Ira 297 

John 208 

Matilda 292 

Norris xxxvii^' 

Prince 292 

Ruth 255 

Sally 292 

Samuel 255 

Sarah 208 292 

Tryphena 297 
WINSTON Helen Pendleton 

WINTER John 83 
WINTHROP Frederic xxi 

John 4 1^>0 224 
WISE Emily 302 

John 184 
WITHERSPOON Margaret 

151 
WITHINGTON Abiel 198 

Frederic Scherer xxi 
WITTER Ebeneser 304 



WOLCOTT WalooU 
A. 35 

Abigail 220 

Arudi 289 

Georg* 35 

Solomon 34 40 88 00 106 
WOOD — 304 

Abiel 270 

Abraham 307 

Cathrnne M. 105 

Clinton Etra 307 

Electa 3fJ7 

Klixa(>«lh 315 

Eira 307 

Freedom Hale 307 

larael Gee 305 

Jerusha 305 

Je>M> 3<J5 

John 134 137 

I/eilice 134 137 

Lucy 3<J7 

Martha Miner 305 

Mary Jane 307 

Oscar 105 

Sally 304 

Sarah 279 

Walter 228 

Willard Abraham 307 
WOODBRIDGE RuMei 287 

Timothy 29 
WOODBY— 197 
WocJey ife Woody 
WOODFORD Ann 43 

Clarissa 101 

Du'lley 98 

Eiekiel 43 

George 180 

Hannah 48 

Harriet 48 

Isaac 98 

Jeremiah 45 48 170 

Laura 102 

Lester 48 

Nancy 98 

Romanta 101 

Rufua P. 102 

Susannah 220 221 

Zera 98 
WOODMAN Bet*>y 279 

Jacob 279 

Jennie Stet«on ui 

Lucy 279 

Th(.mas 279 
WOODRUFF AdeliA Katharine 
305 

Almeria Sophia 304 

Almiry 301 

Eldad 105 

Hannah 213 305 

Henry Erastua 304 

Hesekiah 300 

Huldah Lavinia 300 
J amea 305 
Joaeph 282 
Julia 105 

Maria Huldah 300 

Matthew 213 

Phebe 282 

Phineaa Lyman 305 
Sarah 220 
WOODS Eleanor 193 

Ella Louise 304 
WOODWARD A. 00 

Aaron 124 

Anna 124 

Betty 30 

Elea.nor 33 124 

Elihu 34 
Experience 214 

Henry 11 

Jerusha Baker xlviii 
I^vinia xlviii 
Mar>- Catherine xlix 

Nathaniel xlviii 
Oliver 30 31 33 34 



Index of Persona 



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WOODWARD cont'd 

1'. Henry 78 

Iloiy W 

Samuel zlviii 

Samuel Walter zxi xxz xiviii 
zlii 

Bophia K. 107 
WOODY Woodey 

Imiac lUH 

Martha 155 

Hi c hard 155 198 

Uuruh lOH 
WOOLWORTH Abigail 317 
WOOSTER I'hebo 78 
WORK Elijah Chapin 289 

France^i 289 

JaooQ Henry 290 

Lucy Ann 290 

Mary 289 

Rachel 289 

Rachel Fidelia 289 

Ruth Enieline 290 
Wormcr van see Van Wormer 
WORTH Peter 208 
WORTHINGTON David 306 

Sarah liall 306 
WRIGHT Wright* 

— Mrs. 180 

Abel 144 

Abigail 220 

Anmo304 



WRIGHT cont'd 

Aaahel 184 

lletiwy 307 

Cecil 304 

(.'lara llomenway 304 

Dame! 289 

I><!borah 144 

Kl^ncxer 284 

Klisha 144 

KhcabeUi 144 307 

Eunice 289 

Harvey 208 

Henry 144 

Jarnea 307 

Jennet 54 

John W. 124 

Julia 184 

Liiiie M. 124 

Martha 284 286 

Mary 144 

Mary E. 124 

Miriam 143 

Otia Ulney 304 

Rachel 289 314 

Roxana 208 

Sarah 144 

Tobiaa Alexander 79 162 
WRIGHTNOUR J. S. 80 
WYKER Clara IJerry 321 

John D. (Mr«.) $ee Clara 
WyUea ««« Willi« 



WTMAlf Wevmaa 
Tboma« Ii«llows 80 
Wealey sxi 

YARBOROUGH Nanni. 

299 
YOMAN John 124 
YORK York* 

Agnea 69 

Catherine 59 

Elixabetb 2H4 

Lucy 284 

Thorn a« 59 

Wilham 284 
YOUNGS — Widow 171 

Benjamin L. 124 

EUphalet 124 

Emily 301 

Innia xxi 

Lucy 124 

Sarah 285 

Thoma* 285 

ZACHES Frank 147 

Sarah Louiae 147 
ZUaLOR ZuiU 

158 

FranoM 157 158 



MISCELLANEOUS 



INCX)MPLETE NAMES 



C[ JRY Peter 183 
M [ I Deborah 180 
MADD ( 1 George 53 



Amasa 91 
Ammi 91 
EUx«91 



Eliiabeth 01 
John 91 



SURNAMES UNKNOWN 



ABIGAIL 312 
ALLEN 312 
BETSEY ANNE 179 
BETTY 312 » 
BRISTOLL 214 
CATO 173 
DARBY 162 
DORCAS — Mrs. 183 
DORITIE 62 
DOVER 312 



ELIZABETH 312 
ELLIN 312 
EMMA 58 
HENRY 57 98 
HOCOMB 173 
JANE 98 
JOEL 98 
LAURA 98 
LOOCH 180 
LUCIUS 07 



MARGERY 57 
MARY 154 
NAOMI 312 
PEGG 312 
POLLY 181 
SIAS 218 
TAMAR 312 
TIMOTHY 98 
TONY 162 
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Owing to the large number of letters received by the officers of the New England 
Historic Genealogical Society, asking for genealogical or other information, to answer 
which satisfactorily would in many cases require extended investigations, it has 
become [impossible for them to give personal attention to such inquiries, nor is 
it practicable to refer these letters to any of the assistants in the employ of the 
Society, because their time is fully occupied by their regular duties. The officers, 
however, are glad to help those seeking information by calling attention to the expert 
services of the genealogists, book dealers, printers and publishers, en^avers and 
photographers, manufacturers of paper, .etc., who advertise in the following pages. 
Inquirers should make their own business arrangements with those whose names are 
given below, as the Society assumes NO responsibility in the matter. 



DIRECTORY OF GENEALOGISTS 



ALBERT EDW. BODWELL 

R^oin 1145. Kimball Bldg., Boston, Maaa. 

Otnealogical Research. European Corre- 
apondanca. Coata of Arms correctly drawn 
for bookplatea and aUtionary and in colora 
for framing 


VIRGINIA HALL 
19 West Ovlftf Street, Boston. Maaa. 


LAWRENCE BRAINERD 

9 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 

Oaaealosiat FamUy Trees Prepared 
Raaearch Work Terms on Application 


MRS. MARY LOVERING HOLMAN 

39 Winsor Avenue, Watcrtowo, Maaa. 

Genealogist 

Twenty yeara experience 


WILLIAM E. D. DOWNES, PH.D. 

Farmington, Me. 

Summer Address: 

63 Prospect Avenue, Winthrop, Mass. 

Maine and Boston Families 


MRS. WILLIAM S. KELSEY 

62 AUston Heighta, Allston Diatrict, 
Boston, Mass. 

GENEALOGIST 

Connecticut Ratearch a Specialty 


MRS. WILUAM AM.FRTON DREW 

121 8t. Stephen Street, Boston, Mass. 

Genealogical and Historical 

Research 


CHARLES THORNTON UBBY 

PorUand. Me.. U.S.A. 
Baffling genealogical problems solicited. 
Mannacripts edited to gnard against spurions 
or not proven descents. Too often a man of 
means unconsciously provides financial back- 
ing for mere family camouflage 


JOEL N. ENO, A.M. 

816 Marcy Avenue. Brooklyn. N.Y. 

Town History, Biography, Heraldry, and 
Genealogy of New England and New York. 
Author of Lillibridge Genealogy, Towns of 
New York, etc. 


MISS CLARA E. PARSONS 

Rye. N.H. 

Genealogist 

New Hampshire Research a Specialty 


LUCIA RUSSELL FELLOWS 

405 East First South Street, 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

Summer Address : Ellsworth, Me. 

Specialist in migrations from New England. 
Families traced. Genealogies prepared 


MRS. JESSIE A. PORTER 

95 Euclid Avenue, Springfield, Mass. 

Specialist in records of Western Massa- 
chusetts and Connecticut: Springfield, North- 
ampton, Greenfield, North Adams, Pittsfleld, 
Great Harrington, Hartford 



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DIKECTORY OF GENEALOGISTS 



FRANK FARNS WORTH STARR 

Middlctown, Conn. 

Connecticut RoBearch a Specialty 

Hat aenealoKical notes on the families of 

Ancient Mlddletown and copies of orer 

Zi.ooo graTestone inscriptions in 

Middlesex Co. 

CHARLES M THATCHER 

Middleborough, Mass. 

Town, County, or State Records. Wills and 
deeds searched for genealogy 
Has copied over z 8,000 cemetery inscrip- 
tions in Plymouth Co. 



SUSAN COTTON TUFTS 

Aah burton PUoe, Bonton, Maas. 

GENEALOGIST 

Former Genealogist of the Massachusetts 
Society of Colonial Dames 

FLORENCE E. YOUNG 

38 Woat 59th SUect. New York, N. Y. 

Specialist in migrations from New England. 
Large collection of unprinted American and 
European records. Annual trips abroad 



SALLY MAJOR — Fifty Dollars will be paid to the first person submitting 
reliable evidence of the ancestry of Sally Majou, who married at Weaton, Mass., 
23 Sept. 1799, Phinehaa Clark of Framingham, Ma.sa. 

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Record Searcher for the Committee on English Research of the New Eagland Iliitoric 

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Honorary General Editor of the "Index Library" (British Kocord Society), and Ohlef 

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Clients in Loudon, the Provinces, Scotland, Ireland, and elsewhere 

Specialties : English Pariah Registers and Provincial Probate Courts 

120 CHANCERY LANE, LONDON 



W. J. DOHENY 

Late of the Public Record Office of Ireland 

GENEALOGIST AND PUBLIC 

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12 Marlboro* Road, Phoenix Park, Dublin 

Over 66,000 Searches already made in 

Parish Registers and other Irish Records 



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Member N. K. III«t. Oen. Society 
A Foander and Fellow of the Society of Oeneal- 
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DUNLAP'S HISTORY OF 
THE RISE AND PROGRESS OF 

THE ARTS OF DESIGN 

IN THE UNITED STATES 



Messrs. C. E. Goodspeed & Co. announce for publication alx)ut 
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Probably no subject connected with the development of American hfe 
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THE REGISTER 

The New England Historical and Gene- 
alogical Register, eetabliahed in 1847 and 
yublished quarterly, in January, April, 
uly, and October. Each number containa 
from eighty to ninety-six octavo pagea 
of raluaole and interesting matter concern- 
ing the History. Antiquities, Genealogy, 
and Biography of America, printed on dura- 
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with an engrared portrait in each number. 
A complete index to each volume in the 
October number. Subscription, $5.00 per 
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Current single numbers, $1.00. Supple- 
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Consolidated Index of the New England 
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i-^o. Index of Persona (A to Z), Index of 
Subjects, and Index of Places. Price for 
the complete work, bound in cloth, 4 vols., 
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The Register with its Consolidated 
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number of complete seta in existence ia 
limited^ and their value ia constantly 
increasing. 

ENGLISH RESEARCH 
Genealogical Gleanings in England, by 
Henry FitzGUbert Waters, A.M. These 
Gleanings abound in cluea, which, if proi> 
erly followed up, will enable the geneal- 
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investigations which without such aid 
would be practically impossible. 2 vols., 
1643 pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Abstracts of Wills In the Prerogative 
Court of Canterbury at Somerset House, 
London, England. Register Soame, z630. 
The volume contains, m 607 pagea, 1366 
wills, comprising about 40,000 names of 
persons and over 10,000 namea of places. 

$6.00 

Emigrants. Emigrants from England, 

^773-1776. 1913. 206 pages. $4.00 

Emigrants. List of Emigranta to America 

from Liverpool, 1697-1707. 1913. 

55 pages. $1.00 

Research in England. An essay to aid the 

student. Lea. 1905. 36 pages. $1.00 



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Abington, 1912. 2 vols., 632 pagea. $8.00 
Alford, 1902. 32 pagea. .75 

Arlington, 1904. 162 pages. 2.25 

Becket, 1903. 98 pages. 1.25 

Bedford, 1903. 142 pages. 1.76 

BelUngham, 1904. 222 pages. 2.76 

Billerica, 1908. 405 pagea. 5.25 

Bridgewater, 1916. 2 vob., 948 pagea. 12.00 
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Carver, 1911. 179 pagea. 2.26 

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Chester, 1911. 255 pagea. 3.25 

Chilmark, 1904. 96 pages. 1.25 

Dal ton, 1906. 82 pages. 1.25 

Dover, 1908. 107 pagea. 1.60 

Dracut, 1907. 302 pagea. 4.00 

Duxbury, 1911. 446 pagea. 6.76 

E. Bridgewater, 1917. 4 ()6 pagea. 5.25 
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Foxborough, 1911. 249 pagea. 3.25 

GiU, 1904. 97 pagea. 1.25 

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Gr.'Barrington, 1904. 89 pagea. 1.25 

Greenfield, 1915. 299 pages. 3.75 

Hanson, 1911. 110 pagea. 1.50 

Heath, 1915. 142 pagea. 1.76 

Hinsdale, 1902. 98 pagea. 1.25 

HoUiston, 1908. 358 pagea. 4.60 

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Lee, 1903. 239 pagea. 3 00 

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Medfield, 1903. 243 pages. 3.25 

Medford, 1907. 469 pages. fl.OO 

Medwav, 1905. 345 pagea. 4.60 

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Norton, 1906. 405 pagea. 6 25 

Palmer, 1905. 242 pagea. 3 00 

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W. Bridgewater, 1911. 222 pages. 
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BIOGRAPHIES 



Memorial Biographies of Deceased 
Members of the New England Historic 
Genealogical Society, Vols. 1-9, con- 
taining memoirs of members who died 
previous to 1890. This series of rolumcs 
lis replete with historic and biographic lore, 
of constantly increasing raJue — great 
pains haring been taken to make the 
memoirs complete and accurate. Only a 
small edition is printed. Vols. 1-3, $3.00 
each; vols. 4 and 6. $2.00 each; vols. 6-9, 
$1.00 each. Complete set, $16.00. 

Davidson. Reminiscences of John Da- 
vidson, a Maine pioneer. Johnson. 1916. 
16 pages. $0.75 

Gay. Memoir of Frederick Lewis Gray, 
A.B. Edmonds. 1917. 9 pages, with 
portrait and autograph. $0. 50 

Lawrence. Historical sketches of sftme 
members of the Lawrence family. Law- 
rence. 1888. 215 pages. Cloth. $3.50 

Sanborn. Memoir of Franklin Benja- 
min Sanborn, A.B. Sanborn. 1917. 7 
pages, with f)ortrait and autograph. $0.50 

Standish. Graves of Myles Stan dish. 
Huiginn. 1914. 218 pages. Cloth. $1.50 

Tucker. Life of Cdnmiodore Samuel 
Tucker. Shepard. 1868. 384 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 

Waters. Memoir of Henry FitiGilbert 
Waters, A.M. Hoemer. 1914. 17 pages, 
with portrait and autograph. $0 . 50 

GENEALOGIES 

Ainsworth. Ainsworth families in Amer- 
ica. Parker. 1894. 212 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 

Andrews. John' Andrews of Ipswich, 
Mass., and Norwich, Conn., and some 
of his descendants. Goodell. 1916. 
30 pages. $1.50 



Bitch elder. Batcholdcr, Batchcller gene- 
alogy. De.'icenfUnts of llev. Stephen 
Bachilerof New Uaranton, N. U., and 
Joseph. Henry, Josuua, and John 
Batchellcr of Eeiaex Co., Mass. Pierce. 
1808. 623 pagea. Cloth. $10.00 

Bates. Genealogy of the descendants of 
Edward Bates of Weymouth, Mass. 
Bates. 143 pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Belcher. The Belcher families in New Eng- 
land. Bartlett. 1906. 32 pages. $1.50 

Belknap. The English ancestry of Abra- 
ham Belknap. Belknap. 1914. 20 
pages. $0.76 

Benton. Caleb Benton and Sarah Bishop, 
their ancestors and their descend- 
ants. Benton. 1906. 92 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 

Blake. Increase Blake of Boston, his an- 
cestors and descendants. Blake. 1898. 
147 pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Brooks. The Brooks family of Woburn, 
Mass. Cutter and Loring. 1904. 
20 pages. 11.00 

Cotton. The Cotton family of Ports- 
mouth, N. H. Cotton. 1905. 26 
pages. $1.25 

Curtis. The family of Henry Curtis of 
Sudbury, Mass. Woods. 1907. 
10 pages $0.50 

Cashman. Genealogy of the descendants 
of Robert Cuamnan, the Puritan. 
Cushman. 1855. 665 pages. Half 
mor. $10.00 

Cutter. Supplement to the history of the 
Cutter family of New England. Cutter. 
1875. 67p»«es. $1.60 

Dam. Some descendants of Dsaoon John 
Dam of Dover, N. H., 1633. Scales. 
1911. 14 pages. $0.75 

Darby-Derby. John Darby of Marblehcad, 
Mass., and his descendants. Five gen- 
erations. Derby. 7 paces. $0 . 50 

Davis. Dolor Davia. A sketch of his 
life with a record of his earlier de- 
scendants. With supplement. Davis. 
1881. 46 pages. $3.00 

De Bloift. De Blois family of Boston. 
Eaton. 1913. 16 pages. $0.75 

Dewing.* Descendants of Andrew Dewing 
of Dedham, Mass. Dewing. 1904. 
165 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Dodge. The descendants of Tristram 
Dodge. Woodward. 1904. 233 
pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Dows (Dowse). The Dows or Dowse 
family in America. Dows. 1890. 
348 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Eames. Robert Eames of Woburn, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Loring. 
1908. 17 pages. $0.75 



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Eotman. Historv and goncAlofor of 
Deacon Josepn Eastman of Iladlcy, 
Maaa. Eastman. 1908. 2G2 pages. 
Cloth. S3 . 00 

Felton. A gonealo(rical history of the 
Felton family: descendants of Lieut. 
Nathaniel Folton of Salem. Felton. 
1886. 260 pages. S3. 00 

Fidd. "Record of the Field family in 
America prior to 1700. Emipant 
ancestors m Maas^R. I., N. Y., N.J., 
N. H., and Va. Descendants of the 
English branch whose ancestor was 
from Alsace-Lorraine. Pierce. Vol. 2, 
1901. 1196 pages. Cloth. S15.00 

Finney. The Finney family of Bristol, 
R. L Clark. 1906. 13 pages. 

SO. 75 

Floyd. The Floyd family of Rumney 
Marsh, Mass. Floyd. 1909. 16 
pages. SO . 75 

Foster. Record of the posterity of Reg- 
inald Foster, an early inhabitant of 
Ipswich, Mass. Pierce. 1899. 1081 
pages. Cloth. SIO.OO 

Gage. Some descendants of John Gagt 
of Ipswich, Mass. Gage. 1908. 
12 pages. SO. 75 

Oarrish. The Gerrish family of Boston 
(Family of Capt. John Gerriah). 
Eaton. 1913. 11 pages. SO. 75 

GttchelL The family of Samuel Getchell 
of Salisbury, Mass. Getchell. 1909. 
10 pages. SO. 50 

GUlson or Jilltoo. Genealogy of the 
Gillson and Jillson family. Jillson. 
1876. 266 pages. Cloth. Sa.50 

Hale. The Hale family of Connecticut. 
Morris. 1907. 13 pages. SO. 75 

Harris. Robert Harris and his descend- 
ants, with notices of the Morey and 
Metoalf families. Harris. 1861. 56 
pages. Cloth. S2.00 

Harrison. Plve generations of Connecti- 
cut Harrisons. Corbin. 1916. 20 
pages. SI .00 

Hajmes and Noyes. Desoehdants of 
Walter Haynes and Peter Noyes 
of Sudbury, Mass. NewsU. 1893. 
5 pages. SO . 50 

Hill. John Hill of Dorchester, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Bart- 
lett. 1904. 22 pages. SI. 00 

EUlls. Ancestry and descendants of Wil- 
liam Hills, emi^imt in 1632, and of 
Joseph Hills, emigrant in 1638. Hills. 
148 pages. S3. 00 

Holmes. The descendants of George 
Holmes of Roxbury, Mass., and John 
Holmes of Woodstock, Conn. Gray. 
432 pages. Cloth. • S5.00 



Huckins. Huckins family: Robert Huckins 
of tho Dover Combination and some 
of his dcaccndanta. Ilardon. 1916. 
11 -f- 195 pages. Cloth. SO 50 

Hantoon. Philip Hunton and his de- 
scendants. Huntoon. 1881. 113 
pages. SI. 00 

Jones. Hugh Jones of Salem, MaM., 
and some of his descendants. Bart- 
lett. 1908. 33 page*. SI. 50 

Kimber. Descendants of Richard Kimber 
of Grove, near Wantage, Berkshire, 
Eng. Kimber. 1894. 76 pages. S2.00 

Lakin. Tho Lakin family of Groton, M a.s3 . 
Manning. 1909. 11 pages. SO. 75 

Lay. The descendants of Robert Lay of 
Saybrook, Conn. HilL 1908. 13 
pages. SO. 75 

Levet. Thomas Leret of Exeter and 
Hampton, N. H., with notes on the 
English and American families of 
Levett and Learitt. Sanborn. 1913. 
21 pages. SI. 00 

Lillibridge. Thomas Lillibridge of New- 
port, R. I., and his descendants. 
Eno. 1909. 11 pages. SO. 75 

Livcnnore. The Livermort family of 
America. Thwing. 1902. 479 page*. 
Cloth. S5.00 

Luddington. William Luddington of Mai- 
den, Mass., and E^ast Haven. Conn., 
and his descendanta. Shepard. 1904. 
13 pages. SO. 75 

Manning and Wliitfleld. Notes on ths 
Manning family of CO. Kent, Eng., with 
additional notes on the Waters, Proo- 
tor, and Whitfield families. Waten. 
1897. 35 pages. Sl.OO 

Moore. Some descendants of John Moore 
of Sudbury. Bolton. 1904. 22 
page*. ^ SI 00 

Oak. Family register of Nathaniel Oak 
of Mariborough, Maas. Oak. 1906. 
84 pages. Sl.OO 

Page. Table showing ancestors and d»- 
scendants of Nathaniel Page (174^ 
1819) of Bedford, Mass. Chart. 
1899. Sl.OO 

Palmer. Some descendants of William 
Palmer of Watertown, Mass., and 
Hampton, N. H. Palmer. 1914. 
4 pages. SO. 50 

Parish. John Pariah of Groton, Maas., 
and some of his descendanta. Pariah. 
1909. 12 pages. SO. 75 

Partridge. William Partridge of Med- 
field, Mass., and his descendanta. 
Partridge. 1909. 8 pages. SO. 50 

Peterson. The Peterson family of Dux- 
bury, Maas. Browne. 1916. 25 
pages. SI. 25 



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Pomeroy. Eltweed Porncroy of Dor- 
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and four generations of bis descend- 
anU. Ilodrnan. 1903. 16pa«e«. $0.75 
Reminrton. Thomas Remington of Suf- 
fieJd, Conn., and some of nis descend- 
ants. Dewey. 1900. 9 pages. $0 60 
Rising. James Rising of SufEeld, Conn., 
and some of his desoendanU. Dewey. 
1909. 11 pages. $0.75 

Ru«s«lL The descendants of John Rus- 
sell of Dartmouth, Mast. RusHeli. 
1904. 20 pages. $100 

Sargent Some descendants of Digory 
Sargent of Massachusetts and Ver- 
mont. Woods. 1904. 12 pages. $0.75 
Savage. Major Thomas Savage of Boeton 
and his descendants. Park. 1914. 
78 pages. Portraits. $2.25 

Seymour. Tho Engli.sh home and ances- 
try of Richard Seamcr or Semer of 
Hartford, Conn., progenitor of the 
Seymours of Connecticut and New 
York. Seymour. 1917. 12 pages. $1.00 
Sherborne. Some descendants of Henry 
and John Sherburne of Portsmouth, 
N. H. Sherburne. 1904. 22 pages. 

$1.00 
Sprague. The brothers Ralph and WilUam 
Sprague and some of their descend- 
ants. Sprague. 1909. 14 pages. $0.75 
Standlsh. Some recent investigations con- 
cerning the ancestry of Capt. Myles 
Standiflh. Porteus. 1914. 34 pages. 

$1.25 

Stanwood. A history of the Stanwood 

family in America, Bolton. 1899. 

317 pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Stebbins. A genealogy of the Stebbins 

family (Reprint of Edition of 1771). 

Wateon. 31 pages. Cloth. $5.00 j 

Sumner. Record of the descendants I 

of William Sumner of Dorchester, 

Mass., 1636. With supplement. 

Appleton. 1879. 207 pages. Cloth. 

$5.00 
TarbelL Thomas Tarbell of Watertown, 
Mass., and some of his descendants. 
Wight. 1907. 18 pages. $0.75 

Thwlng. Thwing: A genealogical, bio- 
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the family. Thwing. 1883. 216 
pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Travers (Traris). Descendants of Henry 
Travers of London, Eng., and New- 
bury, Mass. Daniels. 1903. 147 
pages. Cloth. $3.50 

Treadwell. Thomas Treadwell of Ipswich, 
Mass., and some of his descendants. 
Robbins. 1906. 26 pages. $1.25 



Trowbridge. The Trowbridge genealogy. 
Iliatory of the Trowbridge family in 
America. Trowbridge. 1908. 848 
page*. Cloth. $10.00 

Tucker. Tucker gencAlr>gy: Record of 
Gilbert Ruggles and EveUna Christina 
(Snyder) Tucker, their ancestors and 
descendants. Morria, 1901. 305 
pages. Hal/ mor. $6.00 

Vinton- TTie Vifiton Memorial. Geneal- 
ogy of the descendants of John Vin- 
ton of Lynn, and aUied families of 
Alden. Adams, Allen, lioylston, Faxon, 
French, Haydcn, Holbrook, Milla, 
Nilee, Penniman, Thayer, Whit«, 
Richardson, Baldwin, Carpenter, Saf- 
ford, Putnam, and Green. Vinton. 
1858. 534 pages. Cloth. $7.60 

Walker. Samuel Walker of Wobum, 
Mass., and some of his descendants. 
Loring and Cutter. 1903. 9 pagM. 

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Ward. Ward family: descendants of Wil- 
liam Ward, who settled in Sudbury, 
Mass., in 1639. Ward. 1851. 265 
pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Ware. Descendants of Elisha Ware of 
Wrentham, Mass., to Jan. 1, 1896. 
Mann. 11 pages. $0.50 

Ware. Ware genealogy: Robf'rt Ware 
of Dedham, Mass., 1642-1099, and 
his lineal descendants. Ware. 1901. 
335 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

West. Francis West of Duxburj-, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Com- 
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Whitney. Descendants of John Whitney 
of Watertov^Ti, Mass., in 163v'^. Pierce. 
1895. 691 pag(«. Cloth. $10.00 

Whittier and Rolie. Notes on the Eng- 
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Rolfefaraihes of New England. 1912. 
14 pages. $0.75 

Williams. The family of John Williams 
of Newburv an3 Haverhill, Mass. 
Williams. 1908. 10 pa^es. $0.50 
Wilmot The Wilmot family of New 
Haven, Conn. Jacobus. 1904. 9 
pages. $0.50 

Wilson. Anccstr>' and descendants of 
Rev. John Wilson of Boston, Mass. 
Bartlett. 1907. 16 pages. $0.75 
Woodman. The Woodman* of Buxton, 
Me. Woodman. 1874. 125 pages. 
Qoth. $5.00 

Woods. The Woods family of Groton, 
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Braintroo, Mass. Braintr©e, Mm»., Reo- 
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»40 pagM. Cloth. 15.00 

Concord, Maat. Coaoord, Maaa., Birtha, 
MarriagM, and Doatha, 163S-1850, 
406 pages. Qoth. 15 00 

Szetor, N. H. The Liooolnahire origin 
of some Exeter aettleri, and the 
daughters of Balthaiar Willix. San- 
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Hampstead, N. H. Memorial History of 
Hampatead, N. H. Noyea. 1899. 
2toU. Cloth. $10.00 

Hartford, Vt History of Hartford, Vt., 
1761-1889. Tucker. 488 pages. 
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Marlborough, Masa. Colonial Records 
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1009. 47 pages. $1.50 

Massachusatts. The Pioneers of Massa- 
ohuaetts. By Rer. Charles Henry 
Pope. An alphabetical compilation of 
genealogical aata, gleaned from public 
and prirate records and other sources, 
both in England and New England, re- 
lating to the first settlers and founders 
of what is now the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts, between the years 
1620 and 1660, inoluaire; with an in- 
troduction, tables, summaries, and 
cross-index. Boston, Mass., 1900. 
4to. SSOpagee. $16 00 



Naw England. Bibliopraphv of List^ of 
New England Soldien. Baker. 1911. 
56 pages. $2.00 

Ohio. First Ownership of Ohio Lands. 
Dyer. 1911. 85 pages. $2 50 

Watertown, Mass. Genealogies of ths 
Families and Descendants of the Early 
Settlers of Watertown, MaAsachusetts, 
including Waltham and Weston: to 
which is appended the early history of 
the town, with illastrations. mane, 
and notes, by Henry Bona, M.D. 
Second Edition. With a memoir of 
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A.M. One of the moat important of 
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American Authors' Ancestry. Austin. 

1915. 107 pages. Cloth. $3.00 
Genealogies in Preparation. 1006. 27 

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Smith. Records by Rev. John Smith, 

D.D., of Hanover, N. H. Brj-ant. 

1916. 6 pages. $0.60 
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burial grounds. 

This work is of importance, and in other States than Maasachusetta such inscriptions 
are often one of the principaJ sources of genealogical information. Not only public 
burial grounds but the private ones often found on New England farms are of ths 
greatest genealogical intereet. 

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In Memory of I^Mr EBENEZER GILBART | Died May 11th 1806 | 
In ths 77th Year of | hit Ago. 

The verses often placed on such stones need not be copied unless they convey his- 
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such a verse was omitted in the copy. 

The best method is to take into the field a small paper block which can easily bo 
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then easily be arranged alphabetically. 

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but send to the Society for some durable paper which has been manufactured especially 
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isunrivalled in its field, in publishing data reliting to 
American families vunsurpassed" either in amount or 
quality .by any kihdred:institution, in making cxtcnr.i\ c 
researches in England/;tKe/ results' of u'liicliha\e been 
of national importance, in conducting monthh' piibhc 
meetings which are largely attended, and in proniotin'j 
interest in^'genealogical studies in America throughout 
the entire.' period of^its: existence,- jentitle tlie Societ\' to 
consideratiori"'by*all interested -^in! Arherican genealogy, 
and ouefhtrtorerilist' the suppoi-t of those' who desire the '' 
prese:ryatioa.,of-^tne,fecords of, American families. 

to create DioJiorial •funds by gift or bcqitcst, tlic ///r* ;;o 
of /ivliicJr sJiall be iisedto-fromote tlic objects oftiic 



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rjacter who varfet^interestedri "of 'the Socict\'. 

Ijits^ /qu ar tisrly ' P^f iod i cal; ';:Tjh E N iw\' E n o l a n n Hi s - 
T^pjIlCAl: AND , G^ 

vpiiblication'fof^^its' kind, ana is sent free'io resident and 
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GENEALOGIES COMPILED AND 
PUBLISHED^ 

•;^^pII?ORTANT NOlJCir 

THE- NliW. ENGLAND HISTORIC GHNl:- 

ATO^GIGAL SOCIEXY: announces th:it it is i)rcj^arcd 

to undertake the compilation and j)ublicati()n in Lon!; 

forni of -genealogies .;0^;^ American families. Us h^nj 

experience/in publisHing,;"its AinrivallcdTacilitie.^i^^^^ the 

collection, and. 'verification -of genealoc^ical'^data, its 

fireproof Ijuilding witli abundance of space for the 

cariying on of such work and for the safe; stora;^e c: 

, manuscripts and;, printed bpoks^^ its ,: equipnient f(jr 

, advertising anH.''sening.geaeaIpgicar'pu and 

'its ability to. Supply. txpert.'sup^ for e\'ery 

branch of the work /practically insure Ijetter result.^ at 

less costv than. 5:an; be obtai l)y the ii;iethods uiow 

.ordiija,n,ly : f oIlawed:'A^^ 

^^prie,'by the 'Society invpublishing;famUy/^hist^^ and 

^Genealogical records is a guarantee •thrif^|^en'ail()gies 

f)ared}iunder its supervision " wiU'Jbe as ' free from 

^ ryofs:b(^;fact;a^ of .judgmentas^it is^pdssible^tq.make 

j^fflfietn :a^d5^ffi 

"^rhient^^Silfe - of bookmaking. 

■ They wiU ;be ppnted on durable cpaper'and will • receive 

bsuitable^bmdings. 

^V'':'T]ib5e\ wishing --.to arrange for the publication of 

■genc^logies'Valfeady^comp^ for the; completion of 

.'v-geneaLlogies -already begun, or for the. entire work 

^ of compiling and'.^publishing are in\ited to confer- with 



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CONTENTS — APRIL, 1918 



,*Illintrai{on: 

Portrmt of IIkxut DKKUiNa, A.M. (to face page H3) 

1/ MkmoIR 'of nEiraT .DebrINQ,' A.M. By Laurence j^rair;«rd. '. , , . 

11. Rbcords OF THE Church IN WiNTONBURT Parish* (now Bloommild), Conn. 

. iC(miinued),\ Com; by thol&teMiM MarifKx^ , . . ^7 

III. Hecordb. OF THx' SociTETT of; Friends" AT "Eabt. UooeucK (Adaus), !vlAaM. 

(Conduded)^ X^m.hy W%UiamBrcuifoTdBrotan« . . . Iu7 

IV. Co:-iNi:crncTJT CevieTkrt lNS<;RiPTiONa .{Con^inu«d). Copied by Joel NfUun 

V. Tiie*£nol18H Homk and AiicESTRroF John, Guosvenor oyHoxiu kv. Ma-^i. 

hypanielKejityhA..^,,.^;sJ . , . , .- . • l 

VI. ^VII>LIiLM:• Brooks OF ^PBiNOFiFLD, Mass., anh home of hi- I ) — h oantm. 

By /ocZA'eZ^on'Erw, A.M.- V- :^-x, ^^- . .^U2 

VII. A Plea for "iVN American Herjlldrt.,' Com. by the d i- in. on Heraldry 147 
VIII.^AIoi-.K Bi^NcaAJRD"'FAMiX/T;R'ic6RDB, 'Com. by William Hf^ry Dlan chard 1 .0 

IX- iGENBALoaiCAL" RESEARCH IN Enoland (JC ontinued) . Com. by thc"Conii;i^.te<? 
■ .-^ on English Reseajch;;,. \^;:.;,,y. •'- \.^ i" 

X. Proceedinos OF THi 'New Enouand Historic GknxaI/OGical Bociett. By 

.;v,JItfnri/j&rftoarti« <S<>?/^AJP., Recording Secreta^ »< • -.'. .'. .-^v • • • ^''^ 

XL iNOTEa: , . ■•--'.. vv^ .-.-.V^- \: s. < ^.^j-; .'^r- 

Notei.' — Society Notice; "Trucsdale-Gilbcrt Records; 169' - 

Historical Intdliccncf. — Ileraldrj'; GenealopM in Preparation, IGl !''''! 

XII. Recent Books . . . i , 



^3r~ Entered at the Post Office La Boston, Massachusetta, as aeoond-claaa mail-matter ^ 

CommitUt tsxi ^ublicatuin 

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n OSE A STARRER ALLOU\ . ALFRED. JOHNSON 

' G. ANDREWS -MORI ART Y.Jb,/^>. /GEORGE RITCHIE MARVIN 
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Owing to the large number of letters received by the offlcert of the New EngUnd 
Historic Genealogical Society, asking for genealogical or other information, to answer 
which satisfactorily would in many cases require extended invcstigatioaa, it Ylam 
become [impossible for them to give personal attention to such inquiries, nor is 
it practicable to refer these letters to any of the assistants in the employ of the 
Society, because their time is fully occupied by their regular duties. The officers, 
however, are glad to help those seeking information by callini; attention to the erpert 
services of the genealogists, book dealers, printers and publishers, engravers and 
photographers, manufacturers of paper, etc., who advertise in the following pages. 
Inquirers should make their own business arrangements with those whose aames are 
given below, as the Society assumes NO responsibility in the matter. 



DIRECTORT OF GENEALOGISTS 



ALBERT EDW. BODWELL 

E»om 1146, Kimball Bldg., Boston, Mass. 

0«n«aloKic«l Research. European C«rr*- 
Bpondsnce. Coata of Arma corractly drawn 
for bookplates and itationery and in colors 
for framing 


VIRGINIA HALL 
19 West Cedar Street. Boston. Maas. 


LAWRENCE BRAINERD 

9 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 

(»«»«alocist Famfly Trees Prepared 


MRS. MARY LOVERING HOLMAN 

39 Winsor Avenue, Watertown, Mass. 

Genealogist 

Twenty years experisnce 


WILLIAM E. D. DOWNES, PH.D. 

Farmington, Me, 

Summer Address: 

63 Prospect Avenue, Winthrop, Mass. 

Maine and Boston Families 


MRS. WILUAM S. ICELSEY 

62 Allston nelg:hU, Allston Diskrloi, 
Boston, Mass. 

GENEALOGIST 
Cennecticat Rtsaarch a Specialty 


MRS. WILUAM ALLERTON DREW 

121 St. Stephen Str©«t, Boston, Mass. 

Genealogical and Historical 
Research 


CHARLES THORNTON UBBY 
Portland. Me., U.S.A. 
Baflfllng genealogical problsms solicited. 
Manuscripts edited to guard against spurioas 
or not proven descsnts. Too often a man of 
means unconsciously prorides fl.nancial back> 
ing for mere family camouflage 


JOEL N. ENO, AJVl. 

816 Maroy Avenus, Brooklyn. N.Y. 

Town History, Biography, Heraldry, and 
Genealogy of New England and New York. 
Author of T.illibridge Genealogy, Towns of 
New York, etc. 


MISS CLARA E, PARSONS 

Rye. N.H. 

Genealogist 

New Hampshire Research a Specialty 


•LUCIA RUSSELL FELLOWS 

405 East First South Street, 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

Summer Address : Ellsworth, Me. 

Specialist in migrations from New England. 
Families traced. Genealogies prepared 


MRS. JESSIE A. PORTER 

95 Euclid Avenue, Springfield, Mass. 

Specialist in records of Western MassA- 
chnsettsand Connecticut: Springfield. North- 
ampton, Greenfield, North Adams, Pittsfleid, 
Great Barrington, Hartford 



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DIRECTORY OP OENEALOQISTS 



FRANK FARNSWORTH STARR 

Middlotown, Conn. 

Connecticut Research • Specialty 

Has genealogical notes on the families of 

Ancient Middletown and copies of orer 

XZ,ooo gravestone inscriptions in 

Middlesex Co. 

CHARLES M. THATCHER 

Middlcborough, Maas. 

Town, County, or State Records. Wills and 
deeds searched for genealogy 
Has copied over 18,000 cemetery inscrip- 
tions in Plymouth Co. 



SUSAN COTTON TUFTS 

S) Aflhburtrjn Plac^;, Boston, Mass. 

GENEALOGIST 

Former Genealogist of the Massachusetts 
Society of Colonial Dames 

GENEALOGICAL DIRECTORY 

and a new edition of the 

HANDBOOK 

of the 
New England Historic Genealogical Society 

may be obtain«xi on application at 
9 Anhburton Plac^. Hoston. Ma.M. 



STORAGE SPACE 
for the safc-kccping of family papers, record books, histx)rics, manu- 
•cripta, etc., is available for membera of the New England Historic 
Genealogical Society in the fireproof vaults in the Society's building. 
For information apply to 

The Treasurer, 

9 ASIIBURTON PlACK, BO8TON, MaJ98. 



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Life Member of the New En((land Hlitorlo Oene&loglca) Society 

Record Searcher for the Committee on Eaglish Research of the New Eacland Iliatorlc 

Genealogical Society, 1908-1917, will resume work in Englaad after the Wax 

Valuablo Material redardinR EnKHsh Homes of American Settlers, and Lists of Pasdengen to 

New England (1635-1637), Colonial Soldiers, and Prisoners in the War of 1812 — oii u»v- 

printed. British and American Research undertaken. Genealogies compiled and edited 

ASHBDRTON PLACK, BOSTON 118 CHANCKKY LANB, LONDON 

,T. OAROIVEI^ K^VI^TLETT 

Member of th« New Eo^Und Hlatoric Gonealopcal Society 

R-ESE^I^I^OH: IIV EISOLAIVt> 

Erport Specialist oa En^lidi Ancestry of Early Settlers of New Entl^nd 

• ASIIBURTON PLACK. BOSTON, and 118 OIIANCEKT LANK, LONDON 

Author of Coe, Newberry, Talbot, Hill, Wilson, Jones, Belcher, and Stone genealogie« 
MIR. THLOS. M:. I3LAOG 

(Life Member of the N«w EngUud Historic OeDoalogical Societj) 

Honorary General Editor of the "Index Library" (Hritish Record Society), and ChUf 

Editor of Phillimore's Parish Register Series, undertakes searches fur Prirate 

Clients in London, the ProTincos, Scotland, Ireland, and elsewhere 

Specialties : English Parish Registers and Provincial Probate Courts 

120 CHANCERY LANE, LONDON 



W. J. DOHENY 

Late of the Public Record Office of Ireland 

GENEALOGIST AND PUBLIC 

SEARCHER 

12 Marlboro' Road, Phoenix Park, Dublin 

Over 66,000 Searches already made in 

Parish Registers and other Irish Records 



E. HAVILAND HILLMAN 

Member N. K. Hi«t. Oen. Society 
A Founder and Fellov of the Society of Qeaeal- 
ogi8t« of London, Member for Or. BritAin on Re- 
search Com. of N. Y. Qen. and Biog. Society 

i Somers Place, Hyde Park, London, W. 

English, Scotch, and Irish Ancestry traced 



jr. I^. MUTCMIIVSOIV 

specialist In Anglo-American Genealogy 

14 CLIFFORDS INN, LONDON, E. C. 

Sole qualification: 

Twenty Years* Working Acquaintance 

With English, Scottish, and Irish Records 



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of England and Ireland for clients in all parts of America, Australia, 

India, and the Continent of Europe 



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Send for CatjJoroe of Gentalofief publiahed, 
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MASSACHUSETTS VITAL RECORDS 



The Nkw Enoulkd Historic Gchia.logical Socixtt it publishing, by a fund Mt ap«rt 
from the bequcit of Robert Henet Eddt to the Society, and known as th« Fddy Town- 
Record Fund, the Vital Records (Births, Marriages, and Deaths) of towns in Massachusetts 
whose records ar« not already printed, from thdr beginning to the year 1850, in books of 
octavo size, in clear type, on durable paper made expressly for this work, and with doth 
binding. The arrangement is alphabetical. 

It is recommended that subscription to these Records be made in advance of publication, 
for only a limited number of copies arc being printed, and as soon as each lx>ok has been 
printed the type is distributed. Copies not subscribed for are held for sale at a considerable 
advance alxjve the subscription price, which includes binding but not cxpressage. 

These books are csi>edally useful to persons whose ancestors have resided in these towns. 

Address all communications to The Treasurer, 9 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 

ViUil Records already Published: 





1902 






I 


908 




Montgomery, 


66 pages. 


$1.50 


Dover, 


107 pages, 


$1.50 


Pclham, 


177 pages, 


a. 25 


HoUiston, 


358 pages, 


450 


Walpolc, 


a 16 pages, 


a.7S 




1909 




Peru, 


112 pages. 


I SO 


Sdtuate, a vols. 


,909 pages. 


1 1. 50 


Alford, 


32 pages, 


•75 




1910 
244 pages. 




Hinsdale, 


98 pages, 


1.25 


Tisbury, 


3 35 




1903 




WayUnd, 


160 pages, 


•3.25 


Mcdficld, 


243 pages, 


3.35 


Weymouth, a vols., 735 pages, 


9.35 


Lcc, 


239 pages, 


3.00 




1911 




Bcckct, 


98 pages, 


I. 25 


Hanson, 


1 10 pages. 


1.50 


Sudbury, 


332 pages, 


4.35 


Chester, 


«55 pages, 


3>5 


Tyringham, 


108 pages, 


1.50 


Pembroke, 


46s pages. 


6.00 


Bedford, 


143 pages. 


1.75 


Foxborough, 


249 pages, 


3 «S 




1904 




Carver, 


179 pages. 


J. as 


New Brain tree. 


163 pages, 


a. 25 


Stow, 


370 pages, 


3.$o 


Washington, 


57 pages, 


.75 


Worth! ngton. 


159 pages, 


s.oo 


Gr. Barrington 

Gill, 

Arlington, 


89 pages, 

97 pages, 

162 pages. 


1.25 

I 35 

a. 25 


Hopkinton, 

Duxbury, 

Kingston, 


46a pages, 
446 pages, 
396 pages. 


6.00 

375 
S.oo 


Waltham, 


298 pages, 


3-75 


Brockton, 


371 page*. 


4.7$ 


Chilmark, 


96 pages, 


1-35 


W. Bridge water 


,222 pages. 


300 


Bellingham, 


222 pages, 


a -75 




191a 






1905 




Abington, 2 vols., 632 pages. 


S.oo 


Palmer, 
Medway, 


242 pages, 
345 pages. 


300 
4.50 


Richmond, 


1913 
113 pages, 


1.50 


Newton, 


521 pages, 


6.50 




1914 






1906 
276 pages, 




Granville, 


236 pages, 


3.00 


Edgartown, 


3.50 


Rochester, 2 vols., 76S pages, 


9-7S 


Norton, 


40s pages. 


535 




19x5 




Dalton, 


82 pages, 


1.25 


Heath, 


142 pages, 


1.7$ 


Sturbridge, 


393 pages, 


S.oo 


Green6eld, 


299 pages, 
1916 
vols., 948 pages, 
43 Paga, 


3.75 


Medford, 
Draoit, 


1907 
469 pages, 
302 pages, 


6.00 
4.00 


Bridge water, a 
New Ashford, 


la.oo 
1 .00 


W. Stockbridge 


, IIS pages, 


I. SO 




1917 




WUliaiMtown, 
Mlddlefield, 


173 pages. 


2.25 


E. Bridgewater 


, 406 pages, 


S'^S 


138 pages, 


1-75 


Charlemont, 


166 pages. 


a. as 




1908 




Windsor, 


I S3 Pag«, 


1.00 


Billerica, 


405 pages. 


5.»S 




1918 




Lincoln, 


179 pages, 


2. as 


Shirley, 


211 pages, 


«-7S 




VUal Records % 


n PnpcraUcn: 






Westport 




New Bed 


[ford 




W. Springfield 


Nantucket 




BrimSdc 






Townseud 




Plympton 




Acton 






Prescott 




Taunton 




Otis 






Peppcrell 




Dartmouth 




BrookliiK 


t 




Lunenburg 




Ashfield 




Ccnway 






Others in prospect 



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PUBLICATIONS FOR SALE 

By the Treasurer of the N. E. Historic Genealogical Society 
9 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 



PRICE LIST. 1918 



THE REGISTER 
Tho New Bm;Und Historical and Oene- 
alogical Register, Mtabliahed in 1847 and 

Jubliflhed quarterly, in January, April, 
uly, and Ooiober. Each number con taina 
from eighty to ninety-six octaro pages 
of TaluaDla and interesting matter oonoern- 
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and Biography of America, printed on dura- 
ble paper made especially for the Society, 
with an engraved portrait in each number. 
A complete index to each volume in the 
October number. Subscription, $5.00 per 
year in adranoe, commencing in January. 
Current single numbers, $1.00. Supple- 
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numoers quoted on application. Unobjeo- 
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Consolidated Index of the New England 
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i-^o. Index of Persons (A to Z), Index of 
Subjects, and Index of Places. Price for 
the complete work, bound in cloth, 4 vols., 
$100. 

The Register with its Contolidat«<l 
Index is indispensable to family historians, 

f;enealogiflta. and all persons seeking in- 
ormation about American families. The 
number of complete sets in existence is 
limited^ and their value is constantly 
inoreasing. 

ENGUSH RESEARCH 
Genealogical Gleanings in England, by 
Henry FiUGUbert Wsters, A.M. Thee« 
Gleanings abound in clues, which, if prop- 
erly followed up, will enable the geneal- 
ogist to pursue in the mother country 
investigations which without such aid 
would be practically impossible. 2 vols., 
1643 pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Abstracts of Wills In the Prerogative 
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London. England^ Re^ster Soame, 1630. 
The volume contains, in 607 pages, 1366 
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persons and over 10,000 names of places. 

$6.00 
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1773-1776. 1Q13. 208 pages. $4.00 
Emigrants. List of Emigrants to America 

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55 pages. $1.00 

Research in England. An essay to aid the 

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VITAL RECORDS 
Massachusetts Vital Records. The 
Births, Marriages, and Deaths recorded in 
towns in Massachusetts, from their found- 
in^ to tho year 1850, taken from the 
onginal records of tho town, arranged in 
alphabetical order, printed on paoer made 
especifiJly for the Society, and bound in 
cloth. Those books are most useful to 
those seeking genealogical information 
about ancestors who hved in these towns. 
PubluUd by the N. E. Hist. Gen. Society: 

Abington, 1012. 2 vols., 032 pages. $8.00 

Alford, 1902. 32 pages. .76 

Arlington, 1904. 162 pages. 2.25 

Docket, 1903. 93 pages. 1.25 

Bedford, 1903. 142 pages. 1.75 

Bellingham, 1904. 222 pages. 2.76 

Billorica, 1908. 405 pages. 5.25 
Bridgewater, 1916. 2 VQlfl.,948pagefl. 12.00 

Brockton, 1911. 371 pagea. 4.76 

Carver, 1911. 179 pages. 2.26 

Charlemont, 1917. IGG pages. 2.25 

Chester, 1911. 255 pages. 3.36 

Chilmark, 1904. 96 pages. 1.36 

Dalton, 1906. 82 pages. 1.36 

Dover, 1908. 107 pages. 1.50 

I>racut, 1907. 302 pages. 4.00 

Duxbury, 1911. 446 pages. 6.76 
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1858. 634pagea. Cloth. 17.60 

Walker. Samuel Walker of Woburn, 

Mass., and some of his deecendante. 

Loring and Cutter. 1903. pages. 

10.60 
Word. Ward family: deaccndanta of Wil- 
liam Ward, who eettled in Sudbury, 

Maae., in 1639. Ward. 1851. 265 

pagoa. Cloth. $2.00 

Ware. Dosoendanta of Elisha Ware of 

Wrentham, Maas., to Jan. 1, 1896. 

Mann. 11 pages. SO. 50 

Ware. Ware genealogy: Ilobert Ware 

of Dedham, Maaa., 1642-1699, and 

hia lineal deacendanta. Ware. 1901. 

386pagee. Cloth. $5.00 

West Francis West of Duxbury, Maaa., 

and aome of hia deacendanta. Com- 

waU. 1906. Hpagea. $0.75 

Whitney. Deacendanta of John Whitney 

of Watertown, Maaa., in 1635. Pierce. 

1895. 691 pagee. Cloth. $10.00 

Whittier and Rolfe. Notes on the Eng- 

liah anceatry of the Whittier and 

Rolfe familiea of New England. 1912. 

14 pages. $0.76 

Williams. The family of John WiiliAnaa 

of Newbury ana Hayarhill, Mass. 

Williama. 1908. 10 paces. $0.50 
Wilmot The Wilmot family of New 

Haren, Conn. Jacobus. 1904. 9 

pagee. $0.50 

Wilson. Ancestry and descendants of 

Rev. John Wilaon of Boston, Mass. 

Bartlett. 1907. 16 pages. $0.75 
Woodman. The Woodmana of Buxton, 

Me. Woodman. 1874. 125 pages. 

Qoth. $5.00 

Woods. The Woods family of Groton, 

Mass., a record of six generations. 

Woods. 1910. 39 pages. $1.00 

LOCAL HISTORY 

Braintree, Mass. Braintree, Maaa., Reo- 
ordfl, 1640-1793. Bates. 1886. 
940 pagee. Qoth. $5.00 

Concord, Mass. Concord, Maaa,, Birtha, 
Marriagee, and Deaths, 1635-1850, 
496 pagea. Qoth. $5.00 

Bxeter, N. H. The Lincolnahire origin 
of aome Exeter settlers, and the 
daughters of Balthaaar Willix. San- 
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Hamp>stead, N. H. Memorial Iliatory o( 
Hanipetoad, N. H. Noyes. 1809. 

2 vol*. Cloth. $10 00 
Hartford, VL Iliatory of IlArtford, Vt., 

1761-1889. Tucker. 488 pages. 
Cloth. $5.00 

Marlboroagh, Mass. Colonial Records 
of Marlborough, Mass. Spalding. 
1909. 47 pages. $1.50 

Massachusetts. The Pionoers of Maaaa- 
chua«tts. By Rer. Charloa Henry 
Pope. An ainhabetical compilation of 
genealogical data, gleaned from public 
and prirate records and other sources, 
both in En^and and New England, re- 
lating to the firat settlers and founders 
of what is now the Commonwealth of 
Maasachuaetta, between the years 
1620 and 1650, inclusire; with an in- 
troduction, tablgs, summaries, and 
croea-index. Boston, Mass., 1900. 
4to. 550 pages. $15.00 

New England. Bibliography of Lists of 
New England Soldiers. Baker. 1911. 
56 pages. $2.00 

Ohio. First Ownership of Ohio Lands. 
Dyer. 1911. 85 piagea. $2.50 

Watertown, Mass. Genealogies of tht 
Families and Deacendanta of the Early 
Settlers of Watertown, Maaaachupctts, 
including Waltham and Weston: to 
which ia appended the early history of 
the town, with illuairations. maps, 
and notes, by Henry Bond, M.D. 
Second Edition. With a memoir of 
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Genealogies in Preparation. 1906. 27 
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Smith. Records by Rev. John Smith, 
D.D., of Hanover, N. H. Bryant. 
1916. 6 pagea. i0.60 

Somerset Pedigree Forms. An improved 
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roR 
The New England Historic Gknealooical Societt 



Thb CoMMrrrBE on EpiTAPiifl of the New England IIiBToaic Genkalooical 
SociETT requeflta members of the Society who epend the summer monthj in New Kng- 
land to aid the work of the Society by methodically copying the inacriptionij in old 
burial grounds. 

This work is of importanoe, and in other States than MaasachuBettB such inacriptions 
are often one of the principal sources of genealogical information. Not only pubUo 
burial grounds but the private ones often found on New England farms are of ihs 
greateet genealogical interest. 

These records shcKild be preserved and made available for students of genealogy in 
our Library. 

The work is not diflBcult, and gives a pleasant out-door occupation for leisure 
hours. 

The copies should be made literally, following all the abbreviations and the spelling 
of the original. 

They should bo written as ordinary text, with a vertical mark after each word that 
ends ft LiiM in the original inscription, as in the following example: 

In M«mory of | Mr EBENEZER GILBART | Died May 11th 180fl | 
ia ths 77th Tear of | hia Age. 

The vertes often placed on such stones need not be copied unless they convey his- 
torical or genealogical facts; but in each instance a note should be made stating that 
such a verse was omitted in the copy. 

The best method is to take into the field a small paper block which can easily be 
held in one hand, and to write only one inscription on each sheet. The inscriptions oaa 
then easily be arranged alphabetically. 

When all the inscriptions have been obtained, do not copy them into a blank book, 
but send to the Society for some durable paper which has been manufactured especially 
for manuscripts that are to be used by the public. This paper will be furnished on 
request. Leave a margin of an inch all around the page to allow for trimming in 
binding. 

Unmounted photographs of headstones of unusual historic or other interest add to 
the attractiveness and value of the manuscript. 

Please give a dear and explicit statement as to the location of the burial grounds. 

Address all communications to 

CHAIRMAN, COMMITTEE ON EPITAPHS, 
N. E. Hut. Gen. Society, 

9 Ashburton Place, 

BOSTON. MASS. 



THE COMMITTEE ON ENGLISH RESEARCH 

of the New England Historic Genealogical Society asks for 
contributions for the continuance of its work in England. Subscrip- 
tioni may be sent to the Treasurer of the Society, 9 Ashburton Place, 
Boston, Mass. 



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MASSACHUSETTS 
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On I December 191 8 the pur- 
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printed Vital Records of Mas- 
sachusetts towns prior to 1850 
will be discontinued by the 
Commonwealth of Massachu- 
setts, the law providing for 
such purchase and distribution 
having been repealed by the 
General Court of 191 8. It is, 
however, exceedingly desirable 
that the records of the towns 
not yet printed be published in 
a form similar to those already 
issued. The New England 
Historic Genealogical Society 
is preparing for publication the 
records of several towns, and 
will carry on this work to com- 
pletion provided that enough 
subscriptions be secured to 
warrant the undertaking. The 
Vital Records of Plympton and 
of Nantucket should be ready 
for printing in 191 9, and those 
of Taunton, Dartmouth, and 
New Bedford w^ould follow a 
little later. Full particulars 
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special circular. 



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NOW READY 

A HISTORY OF 
THE RISE AND PROGRESS OF 

THE ARTS OF DESIGN 

IN THE UNITED STATES 
By WILLIAM DUNLAP 



C. E. GooDSPEED & Co. announce the publication of a new edition of 
this work, edited by Frank W. Bayley and Charles E. Goodspecd. 

Probably no subject connected with the development of American life 
is attracting more attention at this time than American Art. Dunlap's 
book has long been unprocurable excepting for a stray copy which, ap- 
pearing at rare intervals, commands a large price. The first edition, pub- 
lished in 1834, and long since recognized as a primary source of collected 
information, contained biographical and historical accounts of about 700 
American Painters, Sculptors, Architects, and Engravers, with many curi- 
ous details and criticisms of their lives and work?. Aa a reference book on 
American Art it is indispensable. 

The New Edition contains the following additions : 
A large number of editorial notes in correction and enlargement of the 
original text. 

A LIST OF OVER 400 NAMES OF ARTISTS WORKING PRIOR TO 1835 

WHOM DUNLAP FAILED TO RECORD, making a total of nearly 1100 in 
the work. 

174 full-page illustrations printed in sepia, representing Portraiture, 
Landscape, Historical Painting, Statuary, Architecture, and Engraving. 

A Bibliography (32 pp.) of American Art to 1835. 

An Index. 

Printed on a deckle-edge rag paper made especially for this edition, 
which is limited to 1000 sets, printed from type. In three volumes (con- 
taining 1252 pages), small quarto, bound in cloth, gilt tops. Price, $15.00 
net. 

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economical'adniinistration of its Various 'departments. 
■It needs substantial increases' of endowment and 
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to accom})lish the objects for wdiich it was Jounded. 

Its past achievements, in gathering a library which 
is unrivalled -in its field, in publishing data relating to 
American families unsurpassed either in amount or 
quality by^^ny .kindred institution, in making extensive 
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of national "irripoi-tance, in conducting monthly public 
meetings which are largely :atterided/ and in promoting 
interest in •e:enealo<.^ical: istudies-irf America throughout 
the entire penod:'of' its existence, entitle the Society to 
cgnsideration by all interested in American gcncahjg}', 
and ought to enlist the support of those^who desire the 
preservatipn/of .the records of American families. 

I/s officers' linll gladly confer,iuitJi anyone dcsiringSjj^ 

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which satisfactorily would in many cases require extended investigations, it haa 
become (impossible for them to give personal attention to such inquiries, nor is 
it practicable to refer these letters to any of the assistants in the employ of the 
Society, because their time is fully occupied by their regular duties. The officers, 
.however, are glad to help those sceldng information by calling attention to the expert 
services of the genealogists, book dealers, printers and publishers, engravers and 
photographers, manufacturers of paper, etc., who advertise in the following pages. 
Inquirers should make their own business arrangements with those whose names are 
g^ven below, as the Society assumes NO responsibility in the matter. 



DIRECTORY OF GENEALOGISTS 



ALBERT EDW. BODWELL 
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Summer Address: 

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121 St. Stephen Street, Boston, Mass. 

Genealogical and Historical 
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Summer Address: Ellsworth, Me. 

Specialist in migrations from New England. 
Families traced. Genealogies prepared 



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MRS. MARY LOVERING HOLMAN 

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Twenty years experience 

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53 Alltton HeighU, Allston DUtrict, 
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Baffling genealogical problems solicited. 
Manuscripts edited to guard against spurious 
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means unconsciously provides fLnanciai back- 
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Connecticut Reietrch a Specialty 

Hag genealogical notes on the familiei of 

Ancient Middletown and copies of orer 

ii,ooo gravestone inscriptions in 

Middlesei Co. 

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Town, County, or State Records. Willi and 
deeds searched for genealogy 
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THE ARTS OF DESIGN 

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By WILLIAM DUNLAP 



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Cutter. Supplement to the history of the 
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1875. 67 pages. $1.60 

Dam. Some descendants of Deacon John 
Dam of Dover, N. H., 1633. Scales. 
1911. U pages. SO. 75 

Darby-Derby. John Darby of Marblehcad, 
Mass., and his deecendants. Fire gen- 
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Davis. Dolor Davis. A sketch of his 
life with a record of his earlier de- 
scendants. With supplement. Davia. 
1881. 46 pages. $3.00 

De Blois. De Blois family of Boston. 
Eaton. 1913. 15 pages. J0.75 

Dewing. Deecendants of Andrew Dewing 
of Dedham, Mass. Dewing. 1904. 
165 pages. Cloth. «5.00 

Dodge. The descendants of Tristram 
Dodge. Woodward. 1904. 233 
pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Dews (Dowse^. The Dows or Dowse 
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348 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Bames. Robert Eames of Woburn, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Loring. 
1908. 17 pages. $0.76 

Eastman. History and genealoty' of 
Deacon Joseph Eastman of Hadley, 
Mass. Eastman. 1908. 262 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 

Felton. A genealogical history of the 
Pel ton family: descendants of Lieut. 
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Field. Record of the Field family in 
America prior to 1700. Emigrant 
ancestors m Mass^R. L, N. Y., N.J., 
N. H., and Va. Descendants of the 
English branch whose ancestor was 
from Alsace-Lorraine. Pierce. Vol. 2, 
1901. 1196 pages. Cloth. $15.00 

Finney. The Finney family of Bristol, 
R. L Clark. 1906. 13 pages. 

$0.75 

Floyd. The Floyd family of Rumnev 
Marsh, Mass. Floyd. 1909. 15 
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Foster. Record of tlie posterity of Reg- 
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Ipswich, Mass. Pierce. 1899. 1081 
pages. Cloth. $10 00 

Oage. Some descendants of John Gage 
of Ipswich, Mass. Gage. 1908. 
12 pages. $0.76 

Gerrish. The Gerrish family of Boston 
(Family of Capt. John Gerrish). 
Eaton. 1913. 11 pages. $0.75 

GetchelL The family of Samuel GetcheU 
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10 pages. $0.50 
GiUson or Jlllson. Genealogy of the 

Gillaon and Jillson family. Jillson. 
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Hale. The Hale family of Connecticut 
Morris. 1907. IS pages. $0.75 

Harris. Robert Harris and his descend- 
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pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Harrison. Five generations of Connecti- 
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Htynei and Noyes. Descendants of 
Walter Haynes and Peter Noyes 
of Sudbury, Mass. Newell. 1893. 
5 pages. $0 . 50 

HUI. John Hill of Dorchester, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Bart- 
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EUlls. Ancestry and descendants of Wil- 
liam Hills, emigrant in 1632, and of 
Joseph Hills, emigrant in 1638. Hills. 
148 pages. $3.00 

Holmes. The descendants of Georgs 
Holmes of Rozbury, Mass., and John 
Holmes oi W^oodstock, Conn. Gray. 
432 pages. Qoth. $5.00 

Huckins. Huckins family: Rol>crt Huckins 
of the Dover Combination and some 
of his descendants. Hardon. 1916. 

11 -f 195 pages. Cloth. $6.50 
Huntoon. Philip Hunton and his de- 

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Jones. Hugh Jones of Salem, Maiis., 
and some of his desoend^nts. Bart- 
lett. llK)8. 33 pages. $1.50 

Kimber. Descendants of Richard Kimbv 
of Grove, near Wantage, Berkshire, 
Eng. Kimber. 1894. 76pages. $2.00 

Lakin. The Lakin family of Groton, Ma.«w. 
Manning. 1909. 11 pages. $0.75 

Lawrence. Historical sketches of some 
members of the Lawrence family. I^w- 
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Lay. The descendants of Robert Lav of 
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LUlibridge. Thoniaa Lillibridge of New- 
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Oak. Family register of Nathaniel Oak 
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Page. Table showing ancestors and do- 
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Palmer. Some deaoendants of William 
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RwsselL The deeoendAnts of John Ru»- 
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Sargent Some desoendants of Digory 
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Savage. Major Thomas SaraRe of Boston 
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Shtrbume. Some descendants of Henry 
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Standish. Some reoent in vesti Rations con- 
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Sumner. Record of the descendants 
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THE REGISTER 

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published quarterly, in January, April, 
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ENGLISH RESEARCH 
Genealogical Gleanings in England, by 
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Research in England. An essay to aid the 

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Gerrith. The Gerriah family of Boatoo 
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Harris. Robert Harris and his descend- 
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Holmes. The descendants of George 
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Palmer. Some deeoendants of William 

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Savage. Major Thomas Savage of Boetoo 
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Sumner. Record of the descendants 
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